EVMS Global Health Provides HealthCare to Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh

[NON-ENGLISH SPEECH] We are in the world’s largest refugee camp. The Rohingya are an ethnic Muslim minority group. In 2017, approximately 700,000 Rohingyas were displaced to the Cox’s Bazar region of Bangladesh, adding to the pre-existing 300,000 people that were already living in Bangladesh as refugees. There are upwards of one million Rohingya refugees who…

Dad’s Entire Body Is Covered In Tumours

COMM: Shadot Hossain has an incredibly rare medical condition causing tumours to grow all over his body. The condition started when he was just 13. Local doctors initially tried to get him treatment for the disorder, but nothing helped, and as he grew older, the symptoms got progressively worse. COMM: Shadot used to work as…

Speaking with foreigners | English exercise

Việt: What’s your name? (Bạn tên là gì?) Robert Việt: Where are you from? (Bạn đến từ đâu) Robert: I from France. (Tôi đến từ Pháp.) Việt: Do you often travel? (Bạn có thường xuyên đi du lịch không?) Robert: Yes. I’m trying to travel. (Có và tôi đang cố gắng để đi nhiều hơn)…

When Dad offers healthy food | Dadu Vines | 2019 |

I never made it, but I know I can see somebody lady by a mix of When Dad offers “HEALTHY FOOD” knocks Dadu, my son You’re getting thinner Come, I’ll feed you something healthy Really Dad? let’s go See, how many things I got for you chicken, donut, your favorite , rice Healthy food is…

WorldFish TV SPOT on Small Fish and Nutrition

Ours is a fish-land, We enjoy eating fish, ‘mola’, ‘dhela’, ‘chela’, ‘darkina’, Father buys small fish, we know, Give us small fish, mother, Ours is a fish-land! We need proper nutrition in childhood, We enjoy and eat small fishes as they are very tasty, Mother ate small fish when she was pregnant, Even now, when…

5 Indians in Bangladesh | Dhaka | Day 1 | Beautiful Bangladesh

From childhood, I have heard stories from Grand Parents, Uncle & Aunts about how their lives were in Bangladesh before the partition. After Partition during 1947, my Grand Parents shifted to West Bengal with families. Currently, my profession involves working with people from Bangladesh Textiles and Garments field. I have made many friends over time.…