Bangladeshi Garment worker pulled alive from factory collapse speaks at London campaign launch
09 September 2013
Her name is Reshmi Begum, a 30 year old married machine operator, who works at a one-storey garment factory at Savar, Dhaka in sweltering conditions for the equivalent of $65 to $95 a month, including overtime. Her only sister Shyla died at Rana Plaza.
27 August 2013
On 8 July 2013 the Church of Bangladesh's Hymn Book's 6th Edition was launched by the Moderator of the Church of Bangladesh and the Deputy Moderator of Church of Bangladesh
19 August 2013
Rana Plaza, a multi-story building where five major factories employed more than 4000 people collapsed in Dhaka on the 24th April leaving over 1100 dead and around 1000 injured.
21 May 2013
Long-time champion of protection for women and children, Ambassador Anwarul K. Chowdhury today paid tribute to the work of the Anglican Communion to end violence against women and girls.
05 March 2013
An informal link that has existed for the past few years has now been made official after the Diocese of Llandaff was “twinned” with the Church of Bangladesh.
13 July 2011
“Mary Magdalene went and told the disciples that she had seen the Lord” – Women’s Conference in Diocese of Dhaka.
14 May 2011
The poorest of the poor are worst hit by flooding in Bangladesh and parts of North India and Nepal, says the Bishop of Dhaka.
29 July 2004
Seasonal floods reported in Bangladesh may threaten the livelihoods of farmers in his diocese, Bishop Michael Baroi of the Diocese of Kushtia in the United Church of Bangladesh said
21 July 1998