JoBike launched for Rohingya refugee camp workers
Published : Wednesday, 13 June, 2018 at 12:00 AM Count : 459
JoBike, country's first bicycle sharing application, has taken steps to accelerate operations of the development workers at the Rohingya refugee camp in Cox's Bazar.
JoBike is a mobile application which enables users to find bicycle for using on temporary basis.
The technology firm has already donated ten bicycles to the development workers for accelerating their works at the refugee camps.
JoBike Founder Mehedi Reza handed over the bicycles to Senior Assistant Secretary Muhammad Saiful Islam of Nayapara Rohiyanga Refugee Camp at a function at the camp on Saturday.
Its Co-founder Mohammad Azharul Qudrat Khan and Operations Manager Istiaque Ahmed Shawon were, among others, present on the occasion.
Jobike Founder Mehedi Reza said: "We feel very proud of being a part of this community and getting an opportunity for doing something for humanity".
The bicycle sharing app is going to start its test run in Cox's Bazar on this Eid.