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BANGLADESHCHARITYWINTER

On the day of Fauzia J. Choudhury’s birthday, the children of Daudpur village received winter garments

January 3 is Fauzia J. Chaudhary’s birthday. In addition to serving as vice president and CEO of the non-profit organization Shah Foundation in New York, she serves on the board of editors of The Generation, an English-language, weekly published in the city.

Her birthday was observed normally without any special planning. Fauzia Chowdhury, along with her mother Hosneara Chowdhury, father Shah J. Chowdhury, brother Salman J. Chowdhury, sister Sadia, and a few others, celebrated the day with loved ones at their home in New York.

On Fauzia’s birthday, her father, Shah J. Chowdhury, organized a unique present for her dear daughter. He wished to provide some children with warm clothes.

Warm clothes distribution was decided to take place in Daudpur village, which is located in Rupganj union of Narayanganj district. Lunch and warm clothes are given to the local kids.

Mr Chowdhury says, ‘I found it much more humanitarian and sensible to provide a little warmth to the poor kids this winter than to spend money on a birthday party.’ he also said, ‘These kids are also someone’s child. As today is my daughter’s birthday, I’m giving this to my daughter as a birthday present.’

Mubin Khan, executive editor of Ruposi Bangla and The Generation, Shanta Islam, a member of the editorial board of New York-based English-language weekly The Generation, Abdul Baset Russel, a businessman, Shakhawat Hossain Khan Liton, Ratna Khan, Hamidullah, Shyamal Khan, on behalf of Daudpur village, were in charge of the overall management and supervision of the gift distribution.

Source: The Generation

BANGLADESHCHARITYWINTER

Blankets distributed to destitutes on the occasion of Hosneara Choudhury’s birthday

December 31, 2023, was the last day of the year. It was also the birthday of Hosneara Chowdhury, co-founder and vice president of the Shah Foundation, a New York-based non-profit organization, and a member of the editorial board of The Generation, a New York-based English-language weekly.

Hosneara Chowdhury didn’t make any special plans for her birthday, she just spent it with her family.

However, it wasn’t an event without a noteworthy arrangement.

Shah J. Chowdhury, the husband of Hosneara Chowdhury, is the executive editor of The Generation as well as the founder and president of the Shah Foundation. He planned a different surprise for his spouse. He plans to provide blankets to some destitutes in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh.

“My wife is my greatest asset. And this is a gift for her on this special day.”

The distribution of blankets started at the west gate of the National Press Club in the capital on December 31 afternoon. Journalists from various national and international media were present on the occasion. Later, after 12: 00 pm, 50 people sleeping on footpaths in Mouchak, Malibagh, Shantinagar and Kakrail areas of Dhaka were given blankets.

Mubin Khan, the executive editor of Ruposi Bangla and The Generation, was in charge of the overall management and supervision of the blanket distribution. He was accompanied by businessmen Abdul Baset Rasel, Nayan Khalid and journalist Makhdoom Sami Kallol.