22th Half Yearly Staff Meeting Held
The 22th half?yearly (July to December 2016) staff meeting of Caritas Central Office was held on 10 January 2017
Lenten Campaign Planning Meeting 2017
Let us listen to the voice of the poor; Let us bring relief to their suffering.
Change in Caritas Sylhet Region
Mr. Joachim Gomes has been appointed as the Acting Regional Director of Caritas Sylhet Region
New Acting Regional Director of Caritas Khulna Region
Mr. Daud Jibon Das (36) has been appointed as the Acting Regional Director of Caritas Khulna Regional Office with effect from 24 November 2016.
Teachers’ Convention of Education Projects held in Dinajpur Region
For the first time, Caritas Dinajpur Region arranged a colorful Convention for the Teachers during November 12-13, 2016 where almost all the teachers of all education projects under Caritas Dinajpur Region were present.
Honey Bee Expert Visits Caritas Dinajpur Region
Dr. Hans Polman, a senior expert on Honey Bee, from PUM-The Netherlands visited Honey Beekeeping project at Caritas Dinajpur Region and provided necessary consultancy and training to the bee farmers during November 14-25, 2016.
Reflection Session on“We do Works of Mercy,We become Merciful”
Reflection Session on “We do Works of Mercy, We become Merciful” was held on 27 November 2016 at Caritas Central Office
Caritas Bangladesh initiates to promote WASH at school level
Caritas Bangladesh (CB) and the Daily Kaler Kantho, on behalf of Swiss Water & Sanitation Consortium, jointly organized a roundtable discussion on ‘The importance and expansion strategy of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) at school level’ at the Auditorium of East West Media Group Ltd. in Dh
Former Directors of CB Receive Papal Honours
Two Catholics from Bangladesh namely Dr. Benedict Alo D’Rozario and late Advocate Promod Mankin, MP received papal honours for their outstanding contribution to the church and society of Bangladesh
CB gives presentation on its activities of Five Years Integrated Plan to the New DG of NGO Affairs B
The Executive Director of Caritas Bangladesh along with other two Central Directors, Senior Managers, Head of Aloghar Project, Managers (Admin., Accounts and Audit) had a sharing meeting with Md. Asadul Islam, the new Director General of the NGO Affairs Bureau (NGO AB) at his office on 31 July 2016
21st Half Yearly Staff Meeting Held
The 21th half?yearly (January to June 2016) staff meeting of Caritas Central Office was held on 17 July 2016 with the objective to discuss and share outstanding achievements, major problems faced and steps taken to overcome, where 104 staff members participated.
CB Welcomes New Assistant Executive Director (Programs)
Caritas Central Office welcomes the new Assistant Executive Director (Programs) Mr. Ranjon Francis Rozario on the 16th July 2016.
Mr. Francis Atul Sarker, the new Executive Director of Caritas Bangladesh
Caritas General Body at its 94th AGM has appointed Mr. Francis Atul Sarker as the Executive Director of Caritas Bangladesh with effect from the 24th June 2016.
Dr. Benedict Alo Dâ€™Rozario Retires
Dr. Benedict Alo Dâ€™Rozario, Executive Director of Caritas Bangladesh (CB) went on retirement on 23 June 2016 after his devoted long service of over 29 years.
CB Trains its Staff members and Community Leaders on Child Protection
Caritas Bangladesh (CB) organized a three -day long training on Child Protection at Caritas Development Institute (CDI) Dhaka on 8-10 June 2016
The 26th Disaster Management Workshop Is In Progress
The three-day long 26th Disaster Management Workshop of Caritas Bangladesh (CB) started with 63 participants from its Central and Regional Offices having the theme Staff with Knowledge in Humanitarian Principles and Skill in Science & Technology at Caritas Development Institute (CDI), Dhaka on 29 M
Situation Report - 2
The Tropical Cyclone Roanu started hit Bangladesh coast at 13:30 hours and crossed over the Chittagong coast at 18:30 hours on 21/05/2016. After landfall in Chittagong coast, the cyclone has weakened and turned into a land depression by giving precipitation in the adjoining areas. The cyclone took a