Dr. Mutahar Ahmed and Mr. Faruque Ahmed Visit Bangladesh to Monitor DCI’s Sun Child Sponsorship Program

Dhaka, Bangladesh (June 28, 2010): A team from Distressed Children & Infants International (DCI)-USA comprising of Dr. Mutahar Ahmed and Mr. Faruque Ahmed will visit Sun Child Sponsorship Program at Habiganj project on 30th June. The program is implemented by Rights and Sight for Children (RSC). There will be a reception for them from Nagura Farm Govt Primary School. Deputy Commissioner of Habiganj district will be the chief guest on the occasion. Local elites from different corner will present there. Dr. Mutahar Ahmed is a renowned doctor in New Jersey, USA. Other team member is Mr. Faruque Ahmed, he is working as DCI Atlanta Chapter President of DCI.

During their stay in Habiganj, the main goal of the team is to monitor the activities of Sun Child Sponsorship program at Habiganj project explore new support area for the project.

About DCI: Distressed Children and Infants (DCI) International is a U.S. based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 2003, with the mission to help underprivileged children lift themselves out of poverty by providing them with basic life necessities, education, health care and family support. DCI also aims to involve American youth in their world-wide community, develop their intellectual and leadership capacity and help prepare them to be responsible world citizens. Rights and Sight for Children (RSC) is the implementing partner organization of DCI in Bangladesh. RSC is a non-government, non-profit Bangladeshi registered charitable organization dedicated to promoting socio-economic development by providing education and health care facilities to rural and urban disadvantaged children and their families. RSC is implementing DCI projects in three projects in six districts under five divisions of Bangladesh.