Launching of HPV awareness Program among School Girls by ideSHi..

On 16 January HPV program among the school, girls were held at the Mirpur girls ideal Laboratory institute chaired by Mrs. Zeenat Farhana, Head Master. The Chief Guest was Prof. Dr. Sabera Khatoon, EX Head, Gynae & Oncology Department, BSMMU. Among others Ms. Sheefa Hafiza, Gender Expert, Bangladesh, Dr. Tajul Islam A. Bari, Ex Program Manager […]

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Thalassemia Awareness and Free Carrier Screening program at Popular Medical College, Dhaka.

ideSHi in collaboration with First Security Islami Bank Ltd. conducted its 23 st thalassemia awareness program on 14th January 2023, at Popular Medical College and Hospital ,Dhaka, among the  Medical Student, Intern, Faculty and  Doctors. The program aimed to raise the awareness regarding thalassemia and enhance capacity building within healthcare providers. In the first half […]

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Celebrating ideSHi Day by Cervical Cancer Awareness program HPV infection, HPV Vaccination, and Prevention

Cancer of the cervix is considered as a major public health problem for women across the world.It was estimated that, globally, 91% of HPV-related cancers in women in 2018 were cervical cancer. Cervical cancer was the fourth leading cause of cancer and cancer deaths in women in 2020, with an estimated 604 000 new cases […]

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ideSHi Scientists Participated 16th ASCODD-2022 Conference

ideSHi enthusiastically participated in this year’s 16th ASCODD-2022 conference, which was held in Kolkata from November 11–13. Dr. Firdausi Qadri was one of the Chairs of the conference. The conference’s theme this year was “Prevention and control of cholera, typhoid and other enteric diseases in low and middle-income countries through community participation: beyond the SARS-CoV-2 […]

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Antimicrobial Resistance Course (AMR) – A One Health Challenge 3rd edition

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a growing crisis, and the recent comprehensive analysis of the global impact of AMR in The Lancet, estimates that AMR infections were responsible for five million deaths in 2019, a significantly higher number than previously thought (1) with the highest burden in low resource poor settings. The rapid increase in AMR infections threatens […]

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