Category: Programm

“New Year, New Opportunities: Khairul Alam Awarded Chowdhury Shahabuddin Ahmed Scholarship by SHI Bangladesh”

As the New Year unfolds, Sports for Hope and Independence Bangladesh is delighted to announce that Khairul Alam has been awarded the prestigious “Chowdhury Shahabuddin Ahmed” scholarship. This scholarship is a recognition of Khairul’s dedication and commitment to the field of sports and academia. He will be pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Physical Education and Sports Science at Jashore University of Science and Technology (JUST).

Heartfelt congratulations to Khairul Alam on this well-deserved achievement. The scholarship not only acknowledges his individual accomplishments but also reflects SHI’s commitment to supporting socially responsible youths in their pursuit of education and excellence in sports.

Moving forward, SHI Bangladesh is proud to declare that the “Chowdhury Shahabuddin Ahmed” scholarship will be an annual offering, providing a valuable opportunity for aspiring individuals to pursue Bachelor’s or Master’s courses in Physical Education and Sports Science. This initiative aims to empower and nurture the next generation of socially conscious leaders in the field of sports. Wishing Khairul Alam and future scholarship recipients success in their educational endeavors.

“SHI Unites Girls: Exhibition Football Matches Thrive at Saif Tea Garden, Sreemangal”

In a spirited display of camaraderie and sportsmanship, Sports for Hope and Independence (SHI) orchestrated a memorable event by organizing exhibition football matches between the SHI senior and junior girls’ teams at Saif Tea Garden, Sreemangal. This unique initiative brought together different generations within the SHI family, fostering a sense of unity, teamwork, and celebration through the universal language of football.

The exhibition matches were not only a showcase of athletic prowess but also an opportunity for mentorship and shared experiences between the senior and junior players. The picturesque setting of Saif Tea Garden provided the perfect backdrop for a day filled with joy, laughter, and the beautiful game.

As SHI continues to champion the transformative power of sports, this event exemplifies the organization’s commitment to creating a positive and inclusive environment for all. The exhibition matches at Saif Tea Garden stand as a testament to the enduring spirit of sports and its ability to bridge generations, fostering a sense of community and shared passion for the game.

“SHI Honors Martyrs: A Solemn Tribute on Bangladesh Victory Day in Kishoreganj”

Sports for Hope and Independence (SHI) joined the community in Kishoreganj to mark the solemn occasion of Bangladesh Victory Day by flocking to the memorial, paying heartfelt tribute to the martyrs who sacrificed for the nation. The commemoration was a poignant moment as SHI, alongside the people of Kishoreganj, gathered to express gratitude and remembrance for the heroes who played a crucial role in securing Bangladesh’s independence.

The act of paying homage at the memorial reflects SHI’s commitment to fostering a deep sense of respect for the sacrifices made by those who fought for the nation’s freedom. This Victory Day celebration goes beyond the realm of sports, emphasizing the importance of collective remembrance and the indomitable spirit that unites the community.

As SHI continues to engage with the community, this tribute on Victory Day stands as a testament to the organization’s dedication to honoring the nation’s history and the sacrifices that paved the way for a free and independent Bangladesh.

Sports for Hope and Independence (SHI) Celebrates International Volunteer Day with Chowdhury Shahabuddin Ahmed (CSA) Community Leadership Excellence Award

On the occasion of International Volunteer Day, Sports for Hope and Independence (SHI) takes great pride in presenting the inaugural “Chowdhury Shahabuddin Ahmed (CSA) Community Leadership Excellence Award” to individuals who have made remarkable contributions to their communities. This prestigious award is a testament to the dedication and outstanding service of the following recipients:

  1. Md Arîfbilláh (Bagerhat)
  2. Tonmay Chambugang (Moy Marak) (Habiganj)
  3. Noyon Ahmed (Kishoreganj)
  4. Deb Prosad Shil (Moulvi Bazar)

These exceptional individuals have demonstrated unwavering commitment and passion in serving their communities, embodying the spirit of volunteerism and leadership. The “Chowdhury Shahabuddin Ahmed Community Leadership Excellence Award” is a recognition of their significant efforts to make a positive impact through sports, contributing to the development of a brighter, more inclusive society.

This award, named after Chowdhury Shahabuddin Ahmed, seeks to honor both organizations and individuals who have shown exemplary dedication in using their time and passion to make a meaningful difference. SHI extends its heartfelt congratulations to the awardees and expresses gratitude for their outstanding service, inspiring others to contribute to the betterment of society through sports.

“From Waste to Play: SHI’s Sports for Joy Club Inspires Children in Recycling Education”

Encouraging children to embrace sustainability is not just a lesson; it’s a commitment to shaping responsible future citizens. At Sports for Hope and Independence (SHI), we recognize that instilling the importance of environmental conservation starts with education. Learning the significance of sustainability imparts a deeper understanding of the environment’s intrinsic value.

In our pursuit of promoting climate action, SHI has taken a proactive step by launching an initiative to educate children about recycling. We’ve pioneered the creation of recycled balls using repurposed plastic materials, turning waste into play. Through our Sports for Joy Club, we empower children by teaching them the art of crafting footballs from plastic waste.

This initiative is more than just a recycling project; it’s a holistic approach to environmental education. By engaging children in hands-on activities, we aim to foster a sense of responsibility and connection to the environment. Sports, coupled with sustainability education, not only brings joy but also cultivates a generation that appreciates the role each individual plays in protecting our planet.

At SHI, we believe that every recycled ball and every child educated about recycling is a step towards a greener, more sustainable future. Through our commitment to environmental education, we hope to inspire not just children but communities to adopt practices that contribute to a healthier planet for generations to come.

“Building Bonds on the Field: Echamoti Girls Team and Mongol Chondi Girls Team Forge Friendships through Football”

In a spirit of camaraderie and sportsmanship, the Echamoti Girls Team and Mongol Chondi Girls Team recently engaged in a friendship football match. Beyond the competition, this match served as a platform to foster social harmony and cohesion, emphasizing the power of sports to unite communities. Practice matches like these not only showcase the athletic prowess of the teams but also contribute to the development of meaningful friendships and healthy rivalries. Sports for Hope and Independence (SHI) applauds the efforts of both teams in promoting not only the love for football but also the values of teamwork, friendship, and community building. This initiative is a testament to the positive impact that sports can have in bringing people together and creating a sense of unity. #shiBangladesh #UKSD #SFJ

“SHI Wheelchair Basketball Team Shines at National Championship”

Sports for Hope and Independence (SHI) is delighted to announce the active participation of our Wheelchair Basketball Team in the National Wheelchair Basketball Championship. Organized by CRP and generously supported by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Bangladesh, this championship brings together teams from diverse backgrounds to showcase the spirit of inclusivity and sporting excellence. The SHI Wheelchair Basketball Team’s involvement underscores the organization’s commitment to promoting adaptive sports and providing opportunities for athletes with different abilities. We extend our appreciation to CRP and ICRC Bangladesh for their valuable support in fostering a platform where athletes can compete, collaborate, and celebrate the transformative power of sports. SHI stands proud as our wheelchair basketball team contributes to the vibrant and inclusive atmosphere of the National Championship.

“Our own Rashol Mia Triumphs: Secures Gold and Best Player Award at 1st Bangabandhu Open International Taekwondo Championship”

In a remarkable display of skill and dedication, Rashol Mia, representing BKSP, clinched the first position 🥇 at the prestigious 1st Bangabandhu Open International Taekwondo Championship. His outstanding performance not only earned him the gold medal but also the distinguished title of the Best Player of the Tournament. Congratulations 🎉 👏 are in order for Rashol Mia, and Sports for Hope and Independence Bangladesh extends heartfelt pride for his exceptional achievement. Rashol’s success serves as an inspiration, highlighting the talent and determination that propel athletes to new heights. His triumph resonates not only within the taekwondo community but also stands as a testament to the spirit of excellence and perseverance. Well done, Rashol Mia!

“Celebrating Pele’s Birthday and Human Rights: SHI Bangladesh and ELCOP Join Forces”

Sports for Hope and Independence Bangladesh, in collaboration with its partner organization, Empowerment through Law of the Common People (ELCOP), marked a momentous occasion during the 22nd Human Rights Summer School at Proshika, Manikgonj. The special day celebrated none other than the King of Football, Pele, on his birthday. Distinguished figures including former chairman of the Human Rights Commission Prof Dr. Mizanur Rahman, Barrister T. K. Baul (Prosecutor Intl. Crime’s Tribunal and Director at ELCOP), Dr. Prof Masum Billah (Dean, Faculty of Law, Jogonnath University, and Director of Summer School), and SHI’s Founder and CEO, Ms. Sharmin F. Chowdhury, joined forces to raise awareness on “Sports Law and Sports Rights.” The collaborative efforts involve moot court trials, seminars, community law reform programs, and workshops, aiming to underscore that the practice of sport is an integral part of human rights. This initiative reflects a commitment to fostering awareness, advocacy, and reform at the intersection of sports and human rights.

“Pele’s Legacy Lives On: SHI’s Heartening Celebration for Underprivileged Children”

Sports for Hope and Independence (SHI) recently orchestrated a heartwarming celebration at Betaga, Bagerhat to honor the legendary football icon Pele on his birthday. The event was a beacon of joy for underprivileged children, providing them with a day filled with laughter, sportsmanship, and inspiration. SHI curated a memorable experience, featuring engaging sports activities, friendly football matches, and various games that captivated the children’s enthusiasm. Beyond commemorating Pele’s birthday, the celebration served as a powerful platform for SHI to instill the values of sports, hope, and independence in the hearts and minds of these young individuals. This gathering underscored the transformative influence of sports in uniting communities and uplifting the spirits of underprivileged children, fostering camaraderie and nurturing optimism for a brighter future. Through this celebration, SHI demonstrated its unwavering commitment to creating a positive impact through sports, leaving an indelible mark on the lives of those at Betaga.