IUB Social Welfare Club provided support to Cheshire Home, an organisation that helps elderly, physically challenged people, by providing grocery items for the remaining days of Ramadan and protective medical equipments such as masks, gloves and disinfectant alcohol hand rubs to combat the dangers of COVID-19. On May 11, 2020
Amid a nationwide lockdown to stem the spread of Coronavirus, hundreds of thousands of low-income workers in Bangladesh are badly-affected. Owing to the current situation, Sociology Club IUB and IUB Anthropology Club, with the assistance of Department of Social Sciences and Humanities, have successfully distributed necessary food items among 100
IUB Art Club members from all around the country, from their own homes took notice of the struggling situation of labors and stepped forward with utmost dedication. Club members united in an effort by giving out gift bags with basic food requirements to last a while such as rice, pulse,
During this devastating COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of underprivileged people are going through a huge crisis of food and essential family needs. Due to this shutdown period, as part of its persistent benevolent activities & commitments for the needy people, Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB), in collaboration with Sajida Foundation, implemented massive
During this COVID-19 pandemic, IUB students formed a group named ‘Akuti’ to help underprivileged people. They already have provided food items like rice, oil, dal, salt, etc. over 150 families. Akuti now consists of a group of dedicated students creating a bridge between people in need of help and those
During this devastating situation of Coronavirus pandemic, Shihab Chowdhury an alumni (EEE Department at IUB) organized hand wash and antibacterial spray event at different places of Rangpur. He distributed 200 PPE, 500 KN-95 mask to Doctors, Police & journalist. He also distributed food items to 400 needy families.
Nurim Mim Julka an IUB student distributed relief materials to 100 needy families consisting of 4 members, amid the ongoing Coronavirus crisis. Each family is being given rice, lentils, sugar, oil, onion, potato, salt, and soap.
The world is in one of its biggest crises at the moment. Waleed Khan studying at IUB took initiatives to help the helpless people of his area Uttara in Dhaka. He distributed Iftar and meals to some families.
Green Planet Club (GPC) at IUB, under the guidance of the Dean of the School of Environmental Science and Management (SESM), successfully organized its COVID-19 awareness campaign at Procheshta Foundation School recently. The goal of this campaign was to raise awareness regarding Coronavirus among the group of underprivileged children who
During this Coronavirus pandemic Raisul Islam Shapnil from Environmental Management department at IUB provided food items to some lower waged people in Narayanganj. He also took care of the stray dogs of his area.
Ikbal Hasan Xavier, a student from EEE department, distribute hand wash, soaps and detergent powders to 35 families at Mirpur Balughat slum in Dhaka.
From its formation IUB Social Welfare Club has always ensure to respond to every humanitarian response as per the situation. The club holds no exception in activities to step up in need of response for COVID-19. As soon as the outbreak of coronavirus spread across the country, on March 8,
During this Coronavirus pandemic, a student from department of Law at IUB Zahid Hasan Pranto distributed daily grocery items to needy people. Every family is being given 5 kilograms of rice, oil, potatoes, dal, salt and other essential items.
Md. Shamim Rahman an alumni has distributed relief materials to underprivileged people during the ongoing shutdown over Coronavirus continues. Items were distributed among the poor and destitute, including hawkers, day labors and, rickshaw pullers.
Injamam ul Haque an IUB student distributed relief materials over 200 needy families, amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis. He also helped those who are not actually poor but are suffering through these situations due to loss of jobs and whatsoever.
A team of 4 IUB students making endeavors and creating huge impacts to make the difference during this COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh. They have 3D printed 1,000 face shields that are currently being used by front line emergency personnel, mainly doctors who received them for free. They also distributed 3D
During these hard times, underprivileged people are at the most at risk. Keeping that in mind, Abul Hasnat Kuraishi a student of IUB from BBA department provide food items and hand sanitizers to the 150 needy families in South Kuril area. He also organized antibacterial spray event in his area.
Members of the IUB Debate Club also distributed food items among the underprivileged communities in Nikunja and Mohammadpur areas of Dhaka. This assistance was provided to 70 families in Nikunj and 50 families in Mohammadpur. Every family is being given 5 kilograms of rice, half liter of oil, 3 kg
Owing to the current situation, an IUB student Nakibur Rahman Nabil has been working round the clock to make sure the deprived have a source of food and other necessities. Nabil distributed relief materials among 100 needy people who were suffering due to the Coronavirus pandemic.