Mr. Boris Michel, Regional Director for Asia and the Pacific, International Committee of the Red Cross visited Centre for the Rehabilitation for the Paralysed (CRP) on 12th May (Tuesday), 2015 at 10:00 am. He was accompanied by Christine Cipolla, Head of Delegation, International Committee of the Red Cross, Bangladesh and Gerd van de Velde, Project manager, Physical and Rehabilitation, International Committee of the Red Cross. During the visit,




Mr. David Harilela, Past District Governor 2011 – 2012 R I Dist. 3450 ( Hong Kong, Macao and  Mongolia ) & Founder, “ THE ONE” International Humanitarian Award, A project by R I Dist. 3450; visited Centre for the Rehabilitation for the Paralysed (CRP) on Saturday, 9th April 2015 at 09:00 am. He was accompanied by Rtn PP KH. Shahidul Hasan, Nominator “THE ONE” International Humanaterian Award for Rptary International District 3281 Bangladesh for 2013-2014; PDG Joynal Abedin, District Governor 2014-2015, R I Dist 3281 Bangladesh; Sheeva Jayshree


A T20 cricket series of three matches arranged by CRP was held between CRP Disabled Cricket team and the West Bengal Cricket Association for Differently Abled cricket team. The series was named in memorial of Chowdhury Shahbuddin Ahmed. The West Bengal Cricket Association for differently abled cricket team was visiting CRP for the match. Three matches are organized in three different places. 1st match was played at the Jogonath Hall playground, University of Dhaka



On the 25th April, Vice Chancellor of Jahanirnagar University, Professor Dr. Farzana Islam is accompanying with Professor Dr Abul Khair, Treasurer, Jahangirnagar University and Writer Akhter Hossain visited the CRP-Savar. At the very beginning of the visit, Dr. Valerie A. Taylor, Founder & Coordinator and Md. Shafiq-ul Islam, Executive Director welcome them at CRP. Then a documentary about CRP’s History and development was shown to them and informing them about the educational and treatment activities.


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The Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP) has lots of graduation level students, school students, patient and staff who need to improve their English language skills. So we are looking for long term foreign native English language speaker volunteers who can help us with improving our English language skills. If you are dedicated to give volunteer service here, you are most welcome.

(Minimum time for the volunteer service is 6 months to 1 year)

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