Published On:30 December 2010
Posted by Indian Muslim Observer

SBF holds two days workshop in Assam

By Asadullah Khan

Tezpur, Assam: The Society for Bright Future (SBF) a part of Vision 2016 and a national NGO looking after disaster management organized a state level two days Workshop on Disaster Management for Volunteers at An Noor Model School, Tezpur, Assam on 27th and 28th December 2010.Mr. Aquil Ahmed, co-ordinator of SBF introduced the SBF and said that this NGO came into establishment to look after the disaster management in India. He also highlighted the work of Vision 2016 and Society for Bright Future.

Dr. Dewan Nazrul Qadir, Regional Coordinator, Vision-2016 said that the North Eastern states of India are very sensitive and vulnerable to many types of disasters like flood and earthquake, and it is therefore quite essential to have a volunteer group to work at the time of disaster.

On behalf of Civil Defance Department, Tezpur Mr Upen Ch. Kalita, Mr. Pathak and Mr. Gautam Sarma participated in the workshop and trained the volunteers with practical training and demonstration of different methods of Disaster Management.

The programme was attended by 65 volunteers hailed from different places of Assam. The workshop was presided by Maulana Shams Ahmed, President, Assam Falah Society. Amongst the other prominent personalities Maulana Kefayat Ullah, Mr. Asis Hussain, Mr. Abdur Rouf attended the programme. The Programme was concluded with the concluding speech and Dua of Maulana Kefayat Ullah.

[Asadullah Khan is a writer and social activist. He can be reached at asadullah_khan2001@yahoo.com]

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