Silent Hands Support Distributes Sewing Machines and Certificates to Empowered Women

Silent Hands Support Incorporated recently hosted a heartwarming ceremony to distribute 20 sewing machines and certificates to women from their 6th and 7th batches of graduates at the Society Technical Training Center. These women, comprising widows, single mothers, and individuals from underprivileged families, received 5 months of free training to help them achieve financial independence.

The event featured esteemed guests, including Mr. Khabirul Haque Kamal, Country Director of VSO Bangladesh, Dr. ATM Tariqul Islam, Country Director of Max Foundation Bangladesh, Mr. Mohammad Abdus Samad, Director Program at Protayshi. Representatives from Silent Hands Support were Mainuddin Ahmed (COO), Rofiq Ul Islam(ED), Anamul Haque (Manager HR), Tarequl Islam Adnan (PR & Communications Officer), Nadia Islam Dina (Social Media Manager), Tariqul Islam (Admin Officer), Mr. Md. Minhaz Uddin (Regional Representative) along with other dedicated volunteers present to support the graduates and celebrate their achievements.

Mr. Khabirul Haque Kamal commended the initiative, highlighting its critical role in empowering women from vulnerable backgrounds. “Providing these sewing machines and training not only equips these women with practical skills but also empowers them to lead independent lives and support their families,” he remarked. Dr. ATM Tariqul Islam emphasized the transformative potential of such vocational training. “By offering these resources, Silent Hands Support is giving these women the opportunity to break the cycle of poverty and build a brighter future for themselves and their children,” he said. Mr. Mohammad Abdus Samad from Protayshi stressed the importance of continued support for such programs.

“Empowering women from needy backgrounds has a ripple effect that benefits the entire community. Initiatives like this are essential for fostering sustainable development,” he noted. The founder of Silent Hands Support, Tahamina Ahammed Tania(Tajj Momo)expressed immense pride in the graduates’ achievements and reiterated the organization’s commitment to supporting marginalized women.

“Our goal is to provide these women with the skills and tools they need to transform their lives and achieve economic independence. Today’s distribution of sewing machines and certificates is a step towards that goal,” she stated.

The ceremony concluded with the distribution of the sewing machines and certificates, marking the beginning of a new chapter for these women. With their new skills and equipment, they are now better equipped to create economic opportunities for themselves and provide for their families. Silent Hands Support Incorporated remains dedicated to empowering women from vulnerable backgrounds through skill development and vocational training. Their efforts are creating pathways for women to achieve self-sufficiency and contribute positively to their communities.

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