United Nature International Peace (UNIP) Bangladesh Branch Grand Opening and Conference 2023.
We are delighted to inform everyone that the United Nature International Peace (UNIP) Bangladesh Branch was inaugurated through an event at Star Kabab and Restaurant on Saturday, October 14. It aims to work towards environmental conservation, peace, and human rights. This organization follows the United Nations declared SADGs SUSTAINABLE GOALS PLATFORMS Ref#234059. It is committed to collaborating with 200 countries and various foundations and is an internationally recognized environmental and social organization. Recently, the organization expanded its activities and formed committees all over Bangladesh to work towards human rights services, following the organization’s mission, values, and SADGs implementation.
This important event saw the presence of distinguished individuals who have been representing UNIP’s objectives and initiatives through their presence, including Dr. Yubaraj Daliyan, International Chairperson from Sri Lanka; Dr. D. N. Jerina, General Secretary from Sri Lanka; and Dr. Lasantha Silva, UN Volunteer ID (UNV.5691640) and the Ambassador of Brazil’s Conipa Foundation. Dr. Raju Saha, the President of UNIP Bangladesh Chapter, along with other international diplomats, played significant roles at the event.
Notable guests included Sultan Siddiqur Rahman, National Adviser to Bangladesh, and Saiful Islam Sojol, Chief Adviser, Samsul Haque, Daily Dainik General Secretary (F.D.I.J.E.O). The event was also attended by Dr. Pramila Jasmin, Professor Hiren Nath Biswas, Businessman Biswajit Pal, Habibur Rahman, General Editor (Bangabandhu Cultural Forum), Gautam Kumar Edbor, Honorable Guest, Officer-in-Charge of Sutrapur Thana Md. Mainul Islam, Actor Yubraj Khan, and various eminent personalities from across Bangladesh, who were present at the UNIP Inauguration and Conference.
As the Executive Member and IT Director of UNIP, Arifin Hasan Chowdhury; National Provost Farah Deeba Ismail; Director of Presentation Abir Chandra Das; Sushanta Chandra Sarker played key roles in organizing the event.
UNIP has identified multiple development objectives, including socio-economic development, quality of life, gender equality, parliamentary preservation, climate change impact, sustainable peace, food security, healthcare system, non-violent society, and industry. The organization is undertaking a worldwide project to achieve these goals.
The event was graced by the presence of several important collaborators of the UNIP Bangladesh branch, such as Vice President Mosammat Rubina Khan, General Secretary Rafi Uddin Ahmed Sujon, Co-Vice President Adv. Jhanabi Aditya, Md. Romzan Ali, Sushanto Barai, Advocate Mrinal kanti, Advocate Subrata Biswas, Kazi Nasir Uddin, Md. Khorshedul Alam, Mithun Mazumdar, Irin Nahar Putul, HAVING-SMSHANGA, Palasa Halder, Arif Ahmed, Md. Sadak Hossain, Md. Istiak Hossain Bishal, Md. Abu Alif, Al-Amin Fahim and many other distinguished individuals from across Bangladesh.
UNIP aims to work for environmental conservation, peace, sustainable development, and the creation of a peaceful world. The event recognized and honored highly capable individuals with the UNIP Bangladesh Branch’s prestigious Golden Award. United Nature International Peace Bangladesh is dedicated to creating a world of peace.
To get more information about the United Nature International Peace (UNIP) Bangladesh Branch, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website: www.uniphq.org.