Salimullah Muslim Orphanage is a unique initiative for orphans

The Department of Social Services has signed a healthcare agreement with Smart Corporate Clinic to ensure healthcare for the orphans of Sir Salimullah Muslim Orphanage. The agreement was signed at Sir Salimullah Orphanage in Azimpur of the capital. As a result of the agreement, each orphan boy and girl and the staff of the organization have been included in a health care project for a monthly health care of Rs 90 through a smart corporate clinic.

In addition to year-round medical advice, more than 160 hospitals across the country will receive a bill cover of Rs 10,000 if one is admitted to the hospital three times a year for any disease. A one-time financial assistance of Tk 25,000 will be provided for 17 complex diseases. 1 lakh will be paid in case of death due to accident. If you accept normal death and disability, you will get coverage of 50 thousand rupees. In addition, sitting at home or office with 75 percent subsidy will be able to audit 7 thousand rupees a year.

Director of the Department of Social Services (Administration and Finance) Syed Mohammad was present as the chief guest. Nurul Basir, Mohammad Kamrul Islam Chowdhury (Director Institution) presided over the function, Hasibur Rahman Manik Councilor (27th Ward) Dhaka South City Corporation, Project Chief and Head of Business Alok Kumar Biswas and Deputy Director of Social Services were the special guests. (Dhaka District) Md. Raknul Haque.

Syed Mohammad in his speech as the chief guest. Nurul Basir said, it is better to be born as well as to act. After leaving the orphanage, many are staying in big places. Be the first to be human. I have also seen that many people have left the palace and gone to the streets due to the irony of fate and the people of the streets have gone up to the palace. My colleague Kamrul Islam Chowdhury is an enterprising man, I hope this orphanage has come a long way in the future.

Roknul Haque said that there was a time when the company was in a state of disrepair and no one wanted to see it. The number of students has decreased day by day. But because of Kamrul Islam Sir, the organization has started to turn around again. It takes courage to take good initiative, it takes courage, not everyone can do it. There are many neglected people in Bangladesh who do not have a place to live and eat.

Speaking on the occasion, Kamrul Islam Chowdhury said, “The day I first came to this orphanage, I saw the signboard of Jarajirna Medical Center. It looked abandoned. Then I became curious to see the situation inside. Later I could not find the key, there was a layer of dust on the lock. It looked like a doctor used to sit here for a while. But now when I see the chair and table in the room, I get sick. An unhealthy environment. That’s when I thought the medical system needs to be activated here again. Because if our residents suddenly fall ill, where will they go? Health risks can be reduced if they have regular checkups. This is my initiative from that thought. Here we get two doctors full time every month. Where everyone including officers and employees can check up.

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