DCI Vice President, Dr. Ziauddin Ahmed, Visits Bangladesh to Oversee DCI Projects

DCI (Distressed Children & Infants International) is a US-based non-profit working to protect child rights and sight Dhaka, Bangladesh (Jan 20, 2020): DCI’s Vice-President, Dr. Ziauddin Ahmed is currently visiting Bangladesh to supervise and monitor DCI programs in Bangladesh.

During his visit, he will meet with DCI & RSC (Rights & Sight for children, DCI implementing partner in Bangladesh) teams in Bangladesh. He will also meet a number of medical and academic professionals and NGO leaders in order to assess the local child labor prevention programs around the country. He will discuss plans for strengthening the DCI programs in Bangladesh with various stakeholders. Dr. Ziauddin will also pursue new partnerships and developing new teams with a special focus on strengthening 100% transparency and sustainability of DCI work in Bangladesh.

Please join us to assist our work in the fight against poverty, child labor, and preventable blindness in Bangladesh: https://distressedchildren.org/. Dr. Ziauddin Ahmed and other DCI volunteers are available for interviews. If you are working on child rights issues and want to contact Dr. Ziauddin Ahmed during his visit to Bangladesh, please contact him at +1-857-292-9186 (USA), +88-01726051700 (Bangladesh), dci@distressedchildren.org