Three years ago on April 24 an incident shook the whole world; the Rana Plaza tragedy. This year on the same date Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP) organized its 3rd commemoration day in collaboration with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). The theme of the commemoration was “Trigger for a Better Future”. The function started with a brilliant dance performance by Rana Plaza survivors. Then CRP’s Executive Director, Md. Shafiq-ul Islam welcomed the guests. In this event, Nasrin Ara Surat Amin, Additional Secretary of Ministry of Social Affairs and Managing Director, Read more...

Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP) observed the World Autism Awareness Day on April 2, 2016 in its premises. A rally with autistic children, their parents, paediatricians and therapists of CRP started from the reception, went around CRP and finally ended at reception. CRP’s Founder and Coordinator Dr. Valerie Taylor participated in the rally. Some autistic children and teachers from CRP’s William and Marie Taylor School (WMTS) joined the Prime Minister’s Programme on this occasion. CRP-Mirpur and other divisional centres of CRP also observed this day with rally, workshops and other programmes.


CRP’s Founder and Coordinator, Dr. Valerie Taylor, was honoured by the 71 Foundation for her contribution and implementation of the spirits of Liberation war. This event was held on March 30, 2016 at Bangladesh Shishu Academy. Along with Valerie ten other valiant ladies received the reception. Tofail Ahmed, Commerce Minister of Bangladesh, was present as the Chief Guest of the Programme. The Special Guests were Former Deputy Speaker of the Parliament and Freedom Fighter Col (retd) Shawkat Ali and an eminent journalist Abed Khan. 71 Foundation’s Chairman Khaled Shawkat Ali chaired the programme. The function ended with a cultural programme.


Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP) in collaboration with TESCO organised a get together programme on March 29, 2016 at CRP-Mirpur. The programme started with registration which was followed by a short discussion session and a cultural programme. TESCO project supports disabled and underprivileged people to reintegrate into mainstream society by providing vocational training at CRP and job replacement in TESCO source factories. Mashuda Begum, Senior Manager of TESCO, began the programme with her welcome speech.




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