Dabur Amla Bangladesh awarded three women on International Women's Day, as a recognition of their special contribution to society during the fight against Covid-19.
The "Bijoyini Award" recipients are: Jahangirnagar University student Samia Hasan, Journalist Mahmuda Moumita and medical personnel Dr Jakanta Faika.
All three of them showed incredible bravery and willpower in their respective fields during the coronavirus pandemic, says a press release.
Samia Hasan has supported 167 families, Mahmuda Moumita has come forward to help underprivileged families along with her professional responsibilities, while Dr Faika spent almost 64 hours a week serving Covid-19 patients.
On the occasion, Country Director of Dabur Bangladesh B K Das said, "We need to respect women not only on Women's Day but every day, all day. It is the responsibility of each of us to ensure women's rights in every step of life."
Head of Marketing Talat Rahim said, "Ensuring women's rights is the best way to progress as a society. We have to remember, respecting women is not something special, rather it's exactly what she deserves."
"We believe that confidence is vital for going forward, and confidence comes from within. Just the way Dabur Amla strengthens your hair from within, we believe that to go forward, women and men need to be confident about themselves from within," said Senior Brand Manager Abu Obaida Imon.
The three recipients of the "Bijoyini Award" hoped that Dabur Amla will continue to inspire the women in Bangladesh.