The Distressed Children and Infants International (DCI) and Rights and Sight for Children (RSC) organised a Child Rights Awareness concert to help the country’s underprivileged children.
The concert held at the Krishibid Institution Bangladesh Auditorium yesterday was attended by Dhaka North City Corporation Atiqul Islam and popular singer Sabina Yasmin, according to a press release.
They all pledged to stand beside underprivileged children in collaboration with DCI and RSC to help improve their lives.
DCI advocate Hassan Abidur Reja Jewel, DCI’s SunChild Musical Group, Benuka Institute of Fine Arts were also present in the concert and put up a mesemerising performance, the press release added.
Renowned actor and DCI Goodwill Ambassador Babita Akhter welcomed the guests via a video message.
“It has been an honour for me to be a part of DCI. I am very impressed by the cutting-edge work DCI is doing for underprivileged Bangladeshi children and infants. DCI has my full support. Let’s join our efforts. Together, we can make a new Bangladesh free from child labor completely,” said Atiqul Islam.
Distressed Children & Infants International is a US based international non-profit child rights organisation established at Yale University with a mission to protect child rights, prevent child labor and blindness.