Coca-Cola International Beverages Private Limited (IBPL) gave more than 30 sewing machines to the deputy commissioner of Mymensingh for the economic empowerment of marginalised women.
The women from Bhaluka and Trishal lost their jobs during the pandemic.
The district administration along with Mymensingh Youth Training Centre arranged a training programme for these women to make them financially independent and enable them to earn a good livelihood.
As a part of its corporate social responsibilities, Coca-Cola offered help to these women with sewing machines at a programme Monday in Mymensingh.
Coca-Cola IBPL Managing Director Tapas Kumar Mondal said, “We have offered support to the marginal and financially challenged people with various programmes as part of corporate social responsibilities, especially, during the Covid-19 outbreak.”
“We have stepped further to accelerate developments of rural women in Bangladesh.”
Source: United News of Bangladesh