What is a sari?

The sari is traditional clothing and a symbol of the Indian subcontinent. Even ancient Indian poems praise the beauty of women dressed in these art pieces. The colour and decoration of the sari express the tribal affiliation, social status and personality of the wearer. There are saris for weddings, dates and household chores. Where did this piece of clothing, which does not contain a single seam, come from?

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Wishes to women, advice for men

Dear ladies, women, colleagues, today is your day, and even an international one. We wish you to be a constant light in your homes and relationships, an inspiration to your children and your partners, to be healthy, happy, loved and to live in peace. Thank you for your work, thousands of smiles, small and big sacrifices.

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BanglaKids in 2021: Hooray for school!

The reopening of schools and the return of Bangladeshi children to the classroom were the most exciting news of 2021. Together, we met the biggest challenge in the history of BanglaKids. The one and a half year closure of Bangladeshi schools (17 March 2020–12 September 2021) and the threat of hunger for children from poor Bangladeshi families during the coronavirus crisis.

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Sending letters to children in Bangladesh

Children want to know who supports them. What do you want to know about children? How are they doing after 1.5 years of school closures? Until February 15, 2022, you can delight them with a few lines, as well as family photos. Rules and tips for writing letters can be found here. We will send letters to Bangladesh electronically and bring the originals to the children as soon as possible.

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Increase in payments for BanglaKids children from 1 January 2022

Dear donors, as of 1 January 2022, we are forced to increase the amounts of donations for children in the BanglaKids program after 7 years. This is due to inflation, the effects of the covid-19 pandemic and a noticeable increase in the price of staple foods in Bangladesh, especially rice. By increasing contributions we will maintain the ability to provide children with a nutritious diet.

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BanglaKids is a development program of ADRA Czech Republic.
Since 1999 we have provided education to 6,500 children in Bangladesh.
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