Ujjwala's arranges workshop in Jessore
Ujjwala Limited, a social enterprise, which has been successfully imparting "Grooming and Well Being" sessions to different professionals in Dhaka, has recently taken the step to further spread this initiative outside of Dhaka.
A special workshop was organized on December 26 with the members of Jayati Society at Jessore. 25 members of the society were part of the day-long workshop. They received energizing experiences in the areas of Mental Health, Stress Management and Personal Grooming from the experts of Ujjwala Limited.
Monira Rahman, Executive Director of The Innovation for Wellbeing Foundation which works for the development and promotion of sustained Mental Health services in Bangladesh and also an advocate of ending gender discrimination and violence against women, the guest lecturer on behalf of Ujjwala Limited, shared her knowledge on mental well being and stress reduction during her half-day session. Meaningful inputs on how to stay calm, positive and healthy in your personal and professional space were the key highlights of the programme.
After lunch, renowned beauty expert and entrepreneur, Afroza Parveen conducted a session on Personal Grooming and Personal Care and how these benefits directly help boost productivity at the workplace. Both the sessions were highly appreciated for its content, structure of the sessions and tips received in our day to day lives.
It is mentionable that Jayati Society has been established with the aim to help development of the local women at Jessore. Founded in 1980, 54 women organizations are directly involved with this organization. More than ten thousand families are directly and 14 thousand families are indirectly benefited there from this society. The Jayati Society is currently operating a number of activities including child education, health and nutrition, welfare and social awareness activities, nursing, savings and credit activities. Through this, by making women self-sufficient, Jayati Society has continued to change the lives of the local people.