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Multifabs Limited Distributes Food Relief At Amar Jhoti Special School

Multifabs Limited, a leading export-oriented RMG factory in Bangladesh, has partnered with Amar Jhoti Special School in Vatara, Gulshan to provide food relief to the family members of 120 handicapped and disabled students. The school serves as a beacon of hope and support for these students and their families, providing a safe and inclusive environment for their education and development.

The food relief package, consisting of essential household items, was distributed to the families of the students in a ceremony held at the school. Items for per packet  were 25 kg rice, 3 kg oil, 2 kg dal, salt-1 kg, detergent powder- 500 gm, Dettol soap-1 pc, winter clothes- 1 pc

The event was attended by representatives from Multifabs, they are Md. Alamin Sikder & Kh. Ahmadul Karim and Farida Farvin Shila-Executive Director-DRRA along with Ambassador of Netherlands Mr. Mart were present. and teachers of Amar Jhoti Special School, along with the families of the students. The distribution was carried out with the utmost care and attention to ensure the well-being of everyone involved.

“We are proud to be partnering with Amar Jhoti Special School to provide food relief to the families of these remarkable students,” said Dr. Mesbah Faruqui, the MD of Multifabs. “Their courage and determination in the face of adversity inspires us all, and it is our privilege to support them and their families in any way we can.”

The food relief packages were provided as part of Multifabs’ ongoing commitment to making a positive impact on the communities it serves. The company is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all people, regardless of their circumstances, and is committed to providing essential support to those who need it most.

Managing Director of Multifabs Limited, Dr. Mesba Faruqui is deeply committed to the welfare, education and improvement of their lives with proper nutrition as well as physical health of disabled and autistic students. Multifabs and DRRA express willingness to work together.

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