Science fair of the underprivileged children

Mehrab Hasan | Published: February 08, 2018 01:01:35

Young students present their project at the science fair arranged by It’s Humanity Foundation (IHF)

It's Humanity Foundation (IHF) organised its third annual science fair 'The Joy of Innovation' on January 27, 2018 at BRAC University, Mohakhali Wireless campus. Since global warming has become a growing world-concern, IHF chose it as the theme of the fair so that the children learn all about it in a fun way.

There were six science projects displayed and presented on stage, with a small stage-drama on global warming to further enrich children's knowledge about the topic, and also a live-music session by Aynus Tazwar Zeus. The chief guests of the event were Laora Pilet,  Anfif Fatima, and Quentin Jouaville from The French School,   Fabrice Bouley from Tape `a l'oeil, Korean Councillor  Kim Jeongki, and Lee Junseok.

Carlo Antonio Nino along with his Nino Abstract Consultancy, LLC graciously came forward to sponsor the fair, and the venue was sponsored by BRAC University Office of Career Service and Alumni Relations (OCSAR).  Magenta Advertising and Marketing Agency covered the entire event as the media partner; and BRAC University Natural Sciences Club arranged  free transportation for the children. With three campuses in Tongi, Saidpur, and Dinajpur, IHF has educated over 650 underprivileged children, and looks forward to building a better Bangladesh where all underprivileged children have access to quality education, and are treated equally.

The writer is studying BBA at BRAC University, he can be reached at

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