DHAKA: Speakers at a programme on Saturday urged the authorities concerned to ensure reproductive health of the teenagers through providing them with proper education, information.
They came up with the urge at a press conference held at Bengal Gallery at Dhanmondi in the city.
Association for Preservation of Septic Abortion, Bangladesh (BAPSA), a non-government organization, organized the programme to inform their initiatives which they have taken for the wellbeing of the reproductive health for last 30 years in the country.
Addressing the programme, BAPSA Director Altaf Hossain said, “The organization has been working jointly with the government in the field of reproductive health for last 30 years.”
He also expressed satisfaction for the being an executive of the BAPSA.
BAPSA Master Trainer Shamima Aktar Chowdhury presented a keynote over their activities at the press meet.
In her speech, Shamima put emphasis on raising awareness among the teenagers on reproductive health in ensuring sound health.
The programme was also addressed by BAPSA Training Coordinator Hedayetullah Bhuiyan, among others.
BDST: 1925 HRS, DEC 08, 2012
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