02-Day Long LankaBangla Tree Plantation Program at Shahjadpur Upazila, Sirajganj

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LankaBangla Foundation arranged a 02-day long ‘Tree Plantation Program from 30 to 31 August, 2019 at Shahjadpur Upazila, Sirajganj. As part of its CSR activities and with objective of environmental protection, conservation, income generation and area beautification, LankaBangla Foundation organized this plantation program & rally.

Students, Teachers from different Schools, Madrasas, College and local community of the Upazila voluntarily participated this 2-day long Tree Plantation Program and planted more than 2,000 fruits bearing, wood and medicinal plants successfully. Different types of Mangoes, Jackfruit, Malta, Mehegoni, Neem, Guava and Olive are some of the planted saplings.  The 2-day long plantation & awareness rally turned into a social revolution in the whole Upazila with the participation of students, teachers and local young people. People became aware about the benefit of tree plantation and got inspired to plant more trees in coming years.

Managing Director & CEO of LankaBangla Finance, Mr. Khwaja Shahriar took part in Tree Plantation Program and rally on 31 August 2019. While addressing local gathering he underlined the necessity of Tree Plantation for environmental protection and to create better living place for the people of the area. He also mentioned that wood trees planted today will bring economic benefit tomorrow and invited everyone to come forward to plant more trees every year.

Chief Risk Officer, Mohammed Kamrul Hasan; Head of General Infrastructure and Services (GIS), Mr. Muhammad Habib Haider; Head of Alternative Delivery Channels (ADC) & LankaBangla Foundation, Mr. Md. Jahangir Hossain and other high officials from Head Office and Bogra Branch took part in the Tree Plantation Program & Rally on 31 August 2019.

LankaBangla Foundation arranges Tree Plantation Program every year in different areas of the country. This year it was arranged at Shahjadpur Upazilla, Sirajganj. Tree plantation program was supported by the local community, students & teachers voluntarily.