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To sensitize and motivate service provider agencies to take positive measures in favour of domestic workers CAMPE organized a day long workshop titled `Ensure Services to the Domestic Workers: Our Role” with the representatives from different government and non-government agencies. The workshop was held on 31st January 2023 at YWCA Auditorium, Dhaka, from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm under the Securing Rights project in cooperation with Oxfam in Bangladesh.
A total of 35 participants including 22 female) from different government and non-government agencies like National Skills Development Authority(NSDA), Directorate of Labour( DoL), Directorate of Social Welfare(DSS), Directorate of Women Affairs(DWA) Directorate of Youth Development( DYD) and Burau of Nonformal Education Education( BNFE), Sabujer Ovijan Foundation, Phulki, Shapla Neer, Oxfam in Bangladesh, Karmojibi Nari, Dustha Shawastha Kendra( DSK), Solidarity Center-Bangladesh, Teachers from different government and non-government schools and people representative (Councilor) and representatives of domestic workers attended the workshop.
At the very beginning of the workshop, Mr. Tapon Kumar Das, Deputy Director of CAMPE welcomed the participants and explained the objectives of the workshop followed by a presentation on the `Securing Rights project and Our Expectations’ made Mr. Tarek Aziz, Acting Coordinator, Securing Rights project, Oxfam in Bangladesh.
Ms Raksana Alam, Ward Commissioner, 33, 34 & 35, Mohammadpur has attended the workshop as Guest Speaker. She thanked CAMPE for this wonderful initiative. She expressed her commitment to stay with domestic workers as and when necessary. She also shown her interest to help domestic workers on legal issues.
Finally, the participants made number of recommendations/suggestions and commitments in the workshop. The major recommendations/suggestions and commitments are as follows: