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Nease High School’s One World Club was created to educate students about different cultures and customs, increase global awareness and to help people around the world. The group surpassed their goal during the 2012-13 school year by donating to the Physically-Challenged Development Foundation (PDF), based in Dhaka, Bangladesh which is dedicated to improving the lives and promoting the rights of the physically handicapped.
The Nease One World Club was impassioned with the PDF cause and challenged themselves to help make a difference, club advisors report. Nease students hosted a Henna (Henna is used as a dye to decorate the body and is part of the culture of Bangladesh) Booth at school to raise money for PDF’s Scholarship Program.
One World’s president and founder is IB Senior Nadia Hossain. She travelled to Bangladesh and presented the donation to five visually impaired students who attend Dhaka University. The ceremony was held at Dhaka University March 28. Each student received funding of 3,000 Bangladeshi Taka towards their education.
The PDF president, Mizanur Rahman expressed thanks in a letter to the One World Club, noting “your support is a wonderful help to us and to the five physically challenged students.”
It is a testament to how one seemingly small act can add up to make a large impact. As the founder and president of One World, Nadia Hossain noted “it was nice to see our donation go directly into the recipients’ hands because many times only a partial amount of a donation makes it to the cause. It also felt wonderful to see the students’ joy when they received the money. I am so proud of the club achieving such a success.” The club is looking forward to hosting more cultural events and working towards making further contributions to people around the world.