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SPWA is committed to develop the screen printing sector

Screen Print Welfare Association (SPWA) published the second annual edition of ‘SHADOW’ a magazine that speaks about screen printing sector. In this regard, a ‘Grand Launching Program’ of ‘SHADOW’ was held on 1 March 2019 at Dhaka Regency hotel where Chief Guest was A.K.M. Mozammel Huq, Liberation War Affairs Minister of Bangladesh.

SPWA Shadow magazine
Figure: ‘Grand Launching Program’ of ‘SHADOW’ observed with leaders of the textile sector.

S.M. Anworul Karim, Deputy Director, Dept. of Social Services, Gazipur; S.M. Shahjahan, Deputy Director, BTEB; Helena Jahangir, Director, FBCCI; Engr. Md. Shafiqur Rahman, President, ITET; Nesar U Sikder, Member, AATCC; Dr. Fredrick Christopher, Director of Child Poverty, Save the Children in Bangladesh; Tahsinah Ahmed, CEO, UCEP Bangladesh; Zakir Hossain Jewel, Managing Director, Best Style Composite Ltd; Tareq Amin, Founder & CEO, Textile Today and Amit K Biswash, Editor & Publisher of The Apparel News were present as the special guest.

KM Nazrul Islam Jashim, G.H.M.K Zaman, Md. Omar Faruk, Saiful Islam and many other founding members of Screen Print Welfare Association (SPWA) were also present at the program. Well-wishers, representatives and general members of SPWA also participated in the program actively.

Screen Print Welfare Association (SPWA) is a non-government, non-profit and non-political organization established in 2015 to serve the screen printing professionals’ communities in Bangladesh. SPWA works in the fields of sustainable development, poverty alleviation, and empowerment of the poor through the provision of screen printing services supported by a wide array of other development programs, as per the speakers of the association.

At the program, SPWA extended their hands to late Abdul Kaiyums’ family by giving them 50,000 tk cheque, a member of SPWA. They also gave 20,000 tk to another member for his mother’s medical treatment.

All the members of SPWA showed their commitment to bring the association in the next succession level and the invited guests applauded SPWA’s activities towards the development of screen printing sector.

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