On the 4-5th of February 2021, the ICF alumni in Birisiri, Bangladesh organized a doable project in line with the theme of the workshop organized by ICF on November-December 2020 on the Intersection of Religion, Gender, and Human Rights. Twenty-five (25) local youth from different religions, namely, Christianity, Hinduism, and Islam attended the activity. The invited resource persons were Binita Sangma, Senior staff nurse, and Dinmahammad Shallahuddin, family planning Inspector (FPI), both from the Durgapur Upazila Health Complex. The third resource person was Majibur Rahman Nayon, Project Associate of an NGO called Hello I am, DSK.
The organizing team, along with Rinku Mankhin, SOP 2019, was composed of Psyche Mankhin, Sulogna Rema, Ruhama Meissa Sangma, Dayna Chambugong, and Renchi Chiran who, by their good participation in the thematic workshop, became certified ICF alumni. The doable project was an interfaith workshop on promoting the importance of health for peace at the training Centre of Birisiri YWCA, Bangladesh. The objective of the doable project was to identify the relationship between health, human rights, and peace, and to analyze different health issues affecting women in the country. The project seeks to equip the interfaith youths in playing a vital role in promoting a peace network among interfaith youths and lead in promoting health as a component in building peace and harmony.
Rinku Mankhin, Alumni SoP 2019