Voice of South Bangladesh along with some other non-government organizations is attending a ten-day training titled ”Non-formal Education: Technical and vocational education and training program monitoring” organized by Campaign For Popular Education (CAMPE).
The training began on December 28, 2015, and will continue until January 6, 2016. Mr. Golam Mesbah Uddin Ahmed, Director (Project-1) of the NGO Affairs Bureau, formally inaugurated the course while Mr. Tapon Kumar Das, Deputy Director and Mr. Enamul Haque Taposh, Sr. Deputy Program Manager of CAMPE were present in the sessions.
Md Shahidul Islam, Executive Director of Voice of South Bangladesh, is taking part in the training with an aim to strengthen the technical education and training program of the Bagerhat-based organization.
CAMPE is an advocacy and campaign network operating in Bangladesh since 1991. It started its journey with only 15 member organizations and individuals have in the last twenty years grown to a credible membership of more than 1300 NGOs, researchers, educators and other Civil Society organizations and individuals sharing a similar vision. The journey of CAMPE started in the year 1990 following the Declaration of Education for All, according to its website.