Florence Nightingale is the pioneer of nursing services. Every year the world celebrates her birthday May 12, as International Nurses Day. CRP Nursing College, like the previous years, observed the nurses day with many preparations. The day started with a vibrant rally which was followed by a discussion programme. The Chief Guest of the programme was Monira Khanom, Nursing Superintendent, Delta Medical College and Hospital. Major Dalia Hossain, Ex-Principal of Prime Bank Nursing College, Dr. Sayeed Uddin Helal, Head of Medical Services Wing of CRP and Md. Nasirul Islam, Acting Head of the Education



Bangladesh Red Crescent Society observed the 150th World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day with a slogan “Everywhere for everyone”. To mark the day, Bangladesh Red Crescent Society organised a discussion and Red Crescent Award giving ceremony at Holy Family Red Crescent Medical College Hospital auditorium with its Vice Chairman Professor Dr Habibey Millat, MP, in the chair. Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal delivered his speech in the discussion as the chief guest.

This year the Founder and Coordinator of the Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP), Dr Valerie A Taylor,



Three years ago on April 24 an incident shook the whole world; the Rana Plaza tragedy. This year on the same date Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP) organized its 3rd commemoration day in collaboration with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). The theme of the commemoration was “Trigger for a Better Future”. The function started with a brilliant dance performance by Rana Plaza survivors. Then CRP’s Executive Director, Md. Shafiq-ul Islam welcomed the guests. In this event, Nasrin Ara Surat Amin, Additional Secretary of Ministry of Social Affairs and Managing Director,


Centre for the Rehabilitation of the Paralysed (CRP) observed the World Autism Awareness Day on April 2, 2016 in its premises. A rally with autistic children, their parents, paediatricians and therapists of CRP started from the reception, went around CRP and finally ended at reception. CRP’s Founder and Coordinator Dr. Valerie Taylor participated in the rally. Some autistic children and teachers from CRP’s William and Marie Taylor School (WMTS) joined the Prime Minister’s Programme on this occasion. CRP-Mirpur and other divisional centres of CRP also observed this day with rally, workshops and other programmes.


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