DHAKA: A workshop under Combating Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CCSEC) Project with civil society organizations, media and service providers for supporting in strategic planning was held at a city hotel Tuesday (March 19).
Shohidul Islam, Technical Manager, of CCSEC Project presented the keynote paper while Manotosh Kumar Madhu, Project Consortium Leader (PCL) of CCSEC moderated the program, organized by Social and Economic Enhancement Programme (SEEP).
Md Fazlul Haque Choudhury, Executive Director of SEEP, Rashida Begum, Child Affairs Officer of Bangladesh Shishu Academy, Abu Zafor Mohammed Hossain, Deputy Manager-Child Led Advocacy of Save the Children, Faroque Alam Khan, Sr. Manager-Operations of Plan International, M A Rashid, Consultant and children of National Children Task Force (NCTF)-CCSEC Club Committee were present, among others, in the workshop held in capital’s Mirpur.
CCSEC project is being implemented in Dhaka north and Tangail aiming to stop commercial sexual exploitation of children in Bangladesh.
The project is a forty-two months consortium initiative of Terre des Hommes Netherlands, which was set off on January 1, 2016 and will be closed on June 30, 2019 funded by the European Union.
BDST: 1733 HRS, MAR 20, 2019