Aabha Foundation is spreading the luster of hope and love with youth power

If you are in Mymensingh Junction and it’s a Saturday afternoon, you might see some happy young faces serving delicious foods to the street children whom we try to avoid most of the time in this kind of place. These kids might be fighting with life to keep it on a track, but at this moment you will only find the luster of hope and love on there face. This all happening because of the loving volunteers of Aabha Foundation. cause they are bearing the message of equality and transparency through love and give away.

It started with a few small dreams from a group of young stars who wanted to spread digital knowledge among all the people who want to have training in computer applications and online activity. Aabha Foundation started its activities by providing IT facilities for free since 2015. Aabha is working to promote digitalization and to remove poverty through it.

In the beginning, Aabha started computer training facilities in Joy Bangla Mor in Mymensingh with few computers. Most of the computers were Borrowed from friends. presently Abha shifted there a training center to Trishal and it owned 15 computers running computer training on a regular basis. Aabha is planning to start this digital training centers in all the public universities, which will be open and available for all. Officials and volunteers expressed there hope to spread this digital education initiative to all over Bangladesh.

Another education initiative Aabha running with the slum children near Railway station is known as “Dream School”, where the deprived children got another chance to see new dreams, to have a better and bright future. Aabha is providing all the accessories and foods for dream school kids. Around 200 volunteer teachers are already registered to support the initiative with there knowledge. They are taking classes in a shift based way. currently, Aabha is trying to ensure preschool education for deprived children.

YFE is another regular initiative by Aabha. Yummy Food for Everyone aka YFE is a regular based food program for deprived children and adults. Aabha is trying to give various testy food experience to the peoples who couldn’t afford it by there own. Sometimes they are serving fast food like burger, chicken fry, pizza: sometimes the are serving Biriyani, Tehari, Sweets, Cakes. They intend to organize this event every Saturday afternoon at Platform number 5.

As all the programs are running through internal funding and donations, these programs sometimes became irregular for this issues. but the Aabvha volunteers are not interested to lose hope. They only want to spread the luster of hope and love with there youth power.

As Maulana Rumi says, “Everyone has been made for some particular works, and the desire for that work has been put in every heart, this young stars has started there work to show us what the socity need from us. Now it’s our turn to put it on pur heart and spread it among all the people in need.”

Mridha Shihab Mahmud

Mridha Shihab Mahmud is a writer, content editor and photojournalist. He works as a staff reporter at News Hour. He is also involved in humanitarian works through a trust called Safety Assistance For Emergencies (SAFE). Mridha also works as film director. His passion is photography. He is the chief respondent person in Mymensingh Film & Photography Society. Besides professional attachment, he loves graphics designing, painting, digital art and social networking.
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