‘Icchepuron - The Dream of A Life’ is a group of people who organize different events on different occasions with a view to doing something good.
This time they gathered to work for cancer affected children under the supervision of expert oncologists and pediatrics. Founded by two sisters Samara Sadia Moula and Saraf Sadia Moula the platform includes students, adults from different sectors of our country and even volunteers from abroad are involved here.Since its inception back in 2015, they have organized different events. This time, they organized their 3rd annual meet on Saturday, 7th October, 2017 in the Ahsania Mission Cancer Hospital located in Mirpur-13. Daily Sun, Radio Dhol and Somoy TV were the media partners of the event. Members of Lions Club were specially invited at the event.
It was a gala day for the kids in the hospital. The day-long event started with an art competition among the children who are hospitalized there.
There were segments like snake charming, monkey games etc. A play was instructed by Icchepuron’s Public & Media executive Saif Alam and staged by Ador, Bristi, Eashan, Fardeen, Suchi that gave an idea about some insights regarding cancer treatment in the hospital. An energetic team of cosplayers and volunteers from the community BD Cosplayers including Moeen, Nabiha, Raisa, Tanvir, Siam, Ishaq, Tamanna, Sadman, Faria not only joined the cause but made it even more colorful for the kids. Not to mention, HR executives Tavir Hossain and Shahriar Hasan Oly and the volunteers of Icchepuron, namely Washima Zaman Miti, Reza Tariq, Nusrat Jahan Nishat and Ridwan, contributed significantly and took much pain to make this event a success.
It is mentionable that ‘cancer has now an answer’ and Bangladesh has progressed considerably in terms of cancer treatment. Children affected by Leukemia can be cured. Bone marrow transplantation can heal blood cancer as well. Well, Icchepuron aims to spread these messages with the help of youths and media to break stereotyped notions about cancer prevailing among mass people.