MoU Signed Between Friendship and DGHS

MoU Signed Between Friendship and DGHS

A MoU has been signed between Friendship and the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) to start operation of a comprehensive maternity centre (CMC) at the site of Friendship’s basic clinic 6, at Rohingya Camp 7, Ukhiya, Cox’s Bazar. The United Nations High...
FRIENDSHIP COLOURS OF THE CHARS OPENS RETAIL SHOP IN BANANI

FRIENDSHIP COLOURS OF THE CHARS OPENS RETAIL SHOP IN BANANI

Friendship Colours of the Chars launched its first retail shop in Banani road 12, on Thursday, the 5th of September. The shop featured an exquisite line of handmade, natural-dyed clothing; handcrafted jewellery and artisan boats. Amongst the attendees at the massive...
Beyond Survival

Beyond Survival

Giving the Rohingya community tools to light their own future two years on from the Terror. Latifa Begum’s job is to deliver babies to life. But she remembers a moment two years ago, when she lost the will to preserve her own. The Myanmar military had attacked her...
What Friendship Means to Me

What Friendship Means to Me

To commemorate friendship day, we present to you the meaning of friendship, as expressed by children in our schools. Samima Age: 10 Friendship Learning Centre Rohingya refugee camp, Cox’s Bazar Song of Friendship Mst. Jasmine Akther Grade: IV Friendship School, Sidhai...
Nature Spares No One

Nature Spares No One

Floods in Bangladesh hit 5 million people A Woman leaves with a clutch of medicine from an emergency medical camp in Sundarganj, Gaibandha. PC: Jakariya Jasim Uddin has managed to get within a stone’s throw from his home by boat. But now the boat struggles, squeezed...
Of Cricketing Miracles and Floating Hospitals

Of Cricketing Miracles and Floating Hospitals

The World Cup final this year was nothing short of a miracle. Two teams tied even in the super over, in a game with the highest stakes. It was a game that everyone will remember for a long time to come. Imagine being witness to such a game, as a kid in the Indian...
Reflections Over a Latte

Reflections Over a Latte

Naushad Ali Husein’s cream cheese bagel turns bitter in his mouth It shouldn’t be so easy to forget the story I just heard. An hour ago, I was seated around a table of people trying to keep their emotions under control as a birth attendant told us her survival story....
No raincheck at Rohingya camp

No raincheck at Rohingya camp

Humanitarian services remain open despite catastrophic monsoon On what was previously just a hilly forest, The Kutupalong Expansion Sites which shelter some 600,000 of a million Rohingya people living in Bangladesh were built in a matter of weeks. Denuded two years...