The equipment will help the centre's students get easy physical aid in emergencies
Huawei Technologies (Bangladesh) Ltd has donated some essential equipment to the PFDA-Vocational Training Centre, a specialized centre for training people with neurological disabilities.
Huawei CEO Zhang Zhengjun presented the equipment to the school authorities at a ceremony in Dhaka on Thursday.
The program was attended by Social Welfare Minister Nuruzzaman Ahmed as chief guest, along with the centre's chairman, Sajida Rahman Danny, and Huawei officials.
Huawei handed over machines for ultrasound therapy, ultra red radiation, shortwave diathermy, and traction (pelvic and cervical) with bed, electrical muscle stimulator and other equipment to the centre.
The equipment will help the institute's students to get immediate physical aid in emergencies. They will also get the necessary physiotherapy for their wellbeing.
Social Welfare Minister Nuruzzaman Ahmed said: “To help the special children, both public and private organizations should work hand in hand. And today, Huawei and PFDA-Vocational Training Centre are setting a great example with that inspiration.”
“We care for the development of local communities. In light of the special conditions and needs of Bangladesh, Huawei has come up with the theme for its social responsibility activities in the country: ‘In Bangladesh, For Bangladesh’, a charity program designed to help the disadvantaged. Today, we have another entity that holds a similar passion for the society. From Huawei, we carry the responsibility of supporting these special youths. We hope to contribute to this type of activities in future, to nurture them to their maximum potential,” said Zhang Zhengjun, CEO of Huawei Technologies (Bangladesh) Ltd.
“We pledge to create independent and practical living for our students by enhancing their learning abilities, and heartily thank Huawei Technologies (Bangladesh) for contributing to this noble cause. Like Huawei, we hope to see more organizations coming forward to nurture these special youths in future,” Sajida Rahman Danny, chairman of PFDA-Vocational Training Centre, said.
CCTV cameras, meanwhile, will help the teachers as well as the authorities to understand not only the behavioural pattern of the students, but also find the root cause of any sudden behavioural change in them. In addition, the equipment will help to avoid any kind of potential risk as well.