CORONA STREET & SAFE NATION IN ASIA

Many families in Bangladesh live below the poverty level and during pandemic hit they have to fight to survive.

Why Bangladesh needs our help?

Bangladesh was hit in early March 2020 by Covid 19 Pandemic. It introduced special measures at the airport from February 2020. The Government was an observant as what the other countries do and how to deal with the virus spread. Finally, the Bangladesh government took the initiative to lock down the whole country for 30 days.

The lockdown took place from March 25th, 2020, and it’s almost three times to be rescheduled and extended until May 16th, 2020. Major exports, imports and trades have stopped.

All commercial activities have stopped. The citizens of Bangladesh are without actions and without earning sources.
Most organisations lowered the income, people in need of assistance to survive during this pandemic situation. The Government and some private organisations are trying to give support, but this is not enough, because Bangladesh is densely populated. In that case, Bangladesh needs more help from the international level.

The business industry has already lost a lot of money. The Government of Bangladesh allocated 8 Billion US dollars to the concerned quarters. Still, the affected mass of the communities are not yet covered, and the way for starvation and civil disturbances is near.

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Find out what is going on in Bangladesh, the state of living and challenges people face during this difficult time.
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The mission continues to move forward with an optimistic attitude – freeing the malicious COVID-19 virus from homes, and giving people a little bit of hope.

During May, the Corona Street Asia pilot project was launched in Bangladesh, under the leadership of CEO of Arona International, Omar Yaser Mallik.

04.06.2020      Vents Magazine

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Our mission of Safe Nation is to help those in need during challenging life situations

The mission continues to move forward with an optimistic attitude – freeing the malicious COVID-19 virus from homes, and giving people a little bit of hope.

03.06.2020      The American Reporter

ENA Chief Editor distributes food items

Eastern News Agency (ENA) Chief Editor Omar Yasser Mallick distributes food items among those who are in home quarantine in Rangpur on Wednesday.

20.05.2020      Daily Sun

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Corona Street Asia in BD launches its journey to help COVID-19 victims

Corona Street Asia in Bangladesh started its journey to help Covid-19 victims and to distribute food to families in the northern district of Rangpur Betbari union.

19.05.2020      The Daily New Nation

The Coronastreet started its mission across Bangladesh led by ENA Chief

Corona Street Asia in Bangladesh started its journey to help Covid victims and to distribute food to families in the northern district of Rangpur Betbari union.

19.05.2020      A1news24

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‘Corona Street’ begins operation in Bangladesh

Corona Street Asia started its journey in Bangladesh to help Covid-19 victims and distribute food among helpless families in the northern part of Betbari union of Rangpur.

18.05.2020      Bangladesh Post

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The Corona Street starts its humanitarian mission across Bangladesh led by ENA Chief

Corona Street Asia in Bangladesh started its journey to help Covid-19 victims through distributing food to corona affected families in Betbari union of Rangpur district.

17.05.2020      The Barta24

করোনা স্ট্রিট এশিয়া এর আওতায় চলছে দুস্থদের মাঝে ত্রান এবং ঔষধ সামগ্রী বিতরণ

মাহির দাইয়ান,ভ্রাম্যমান প্রতিনিধিঃ করোনা স্ট্রিট এশিয়া এর আওতায় রংপুরে শুরু হয়েছে করোনা দ্বারা ক্ষতিগ্রস্ত মানুষদের সেবা দান প্রক্রিয়া।

16.05.2020      স্বাধীন কন্ঠ ২৪

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Corona Street started its activities in Bangladesh

We are coming to build a relieve of distressed people in Bangladesh and at the same time to elevate the suffering of the people during this instability.

13.05.2020      Crime Focus

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Ivan Lakshinsky discusses the importance of staying informed and connected during a global crisis

Ivan Lakshinsky is the creator of Coronastreet and Safe-Nation, two projects that successfully keep people both informed and supported during the COVID-19 global pandemic.

05.05.2020      The Daily Scanner

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