Free tailoring skill development training for 5000 underprivileged women

SINGER Bangladesh Limited and BRAC signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for launching the joint project – ‘Abolombon’. 5000 underprivileged women across the country will receive free ‘Tailoring Skill Development Training’ under this project.

President & CEO of SINGER Asia Limited and Chairman, SINGER Bangladesh Limited Mr. Gavin J. Walker and Chief Financial Officer of BRAC and BRAC International Mr. Mohammad Mamdudur Rashid signed the MoU yesterday (January 15, 2018) on behalf of their respective organizations.

BRAC Founder & Chairperson Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, President & CEO of SINGER World Corporation Mr. Stephen H. Goodman, SINGER Bangladesh MD & CEO Mr. MHM Fairoz and other top SINGER & BRAC Officials were present at the ceremony.  


Under the “SINGER-BRAC Abolombon” program 5000 women below the poverty line will be receiving free tailoring training at 20 Brac locations across the country in association with SINGER. Participants will receive all learning materials as well as accessories needed for tailoring absolutely free besides free training. 

The aim of the initiative is to enable the beneficiaries to earn using tailoring skills and thus bring positive change in their livelihood.  


This article has been posted by a News Hour Correspondent. For queries, please contact through [email protected]
No Comments

Translate this News

Join the Facebook Group

Click here to join the Facebook group of News Hour

Popular Posts

Djokovic donates 1 million euros to help Serbia combat coronavirus
Vodafone to offer free unlimited mobile data during the Coronavirus pandemic
Retail Franchise Brands: the context of 2020
Trump invokes defense powers to order GM to produce ventilators
Bangla movie "Debi - Misir Ali Prothombar" released its official teaser
Gonoshasthaya Kendra claims to develop cheaper and faster COVID-19 detection kit


News of the Month

Scroll Up
%d bloggers like this: