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Bangladesh Heritage

Ekushey Heritage Award

Award Recipients 2016

BHESA's Ekushey Heritage Award 2016

BHESA's Ekushey Heritage Award 2016

BHESA nominated three dedicated volunteers for the Ekushey Heritage Award 2016 in recognition of their contributions to their fields or significant organizational endeavors.

This years' nominated recipients are:
· Mr. Delwar Jahid (Human Rights Activist)
· Ms. Morsheda Begum (Cultural Activist)
· Ms. Salma Jahan (Director of the Edmonton Bangla School)

Nominees of BHESA's Ekushey Heritage Award 2016

Nominees of the BHESA's Ekushey Heritage Award 2016
[ltr] Mr. Delwar Jahid, Ms. Morsheda Begum, Ms. Salma Jahan

About the Recipients

Mr. Delwar Jahid

Awarded for Human Rights Activities. Mr. Delwar Jahid is advocating human rights since 1980 and is founder of the Bangladesh Human Rights Foundation in Comilla, Bangladesh. He also represented the National Organization of Journalists in Dhaka, Bangladesh in the position as president.

Mr. Delwar Jahid

Mr. Delwar Jahid

Ms. Morsheda Begum

Awarded for Community Service. Ms. Morsheda Begum is the former Cultural Secretary of the Bangladesh Heritage and Ethnic Society of Alberta (BHESA) and has brought huge contributions to the community, providing work and services and organizing successful cultural and social events.

Ms. Morsheda Begum

Ms. Morsheda Begum

Ms. Salma Jahan

Awarded for Community Service and Education. Ms. Salma Jahan graduated in Dhaka, Bangladesh and is now teaching Bangla Language at the BCAE Bangla School in Edmonton. She is well known to be involved in socio-cultural activities here in Edmonton.

Ms. Salma Jahan

Ms. Salma Jahan

 

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