Bangladesh is going to celebrate World Children’s Day with due fervor tomorrow under the theme “Children will build Sonar Bangla through enlightenment”.
Besides celebrating the international day for children, the country will also observe Child Rights week 2022 from October 4-October 11.
President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina have issued separate messages on the occasion.
In his message, President Hamid said, “I welcome the initiative to observe World Children’s Day and Child Rights Week in Bangladesh. Today’s Children will lead the future world which is why the physical, mental and cultural developments of them through health, nutrition, education, security and entertainment are essential.”
The message further said, “Besides ensuring basic rights, patriotism and human qualities also have to be instilled in children. I hope that all the children of the world will grow up amid care and safety.”
In her message, PM Hasina said, “Bangladesh is one of the first signatories to United Nation’s (UN) Charter of Child Rights. Much before the issuance of UN’s Charter, Bangladesh formulated Child Act in 1974 following the direction of Father of The Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman.”
The message added, “The current government has formulated various laws and policies to ensure development and protection of children. For their successful implementation, responsible roles must be played by all. I wish all the best to World Children’s day and Child Rights Week 2022.”
Source: United News of Bangladesh