Doly Akter, 20, weaves our global social fabric with her delightful dreams in Rupnagar slum, Dhaka, Bangladesh. At her teen, together, with her friends, they have touched many lives with life's little lessons. Thanks to UNICEF's generous support! Not only that, she flew to New York to address the United Nations' General Assembly to tell her tale how she can do without when we do not dare to do being so powerful and resourceful.
From her slum life, Dolly shows us life is really about helping people and uplifting our humanity. As Dolly prepares for university education, I do not know what university can teach her more than what she has already mastered to serve…! I do not know whether university education will make or break her. Will university learn any lessons from her life story – what type of social fabric are we weaving in our global village with extreme economic inequality?
A generation is in competition with growing greed to grab the lion share of our global resources and sustain slum systems. Today, 5% people controls 95% of our world's total wealth. So, building a better tomorrow, far from reality, is a shared responsibility – we and university must learn from slum life and Doly's dedicated dreams! We have given a very little to elevate global poverty, still Dolly's smile outshines and she serves in silence as our quest for greed and quality lifestyle continues.
I support UNICEF's global parents programs with hope. In the 1970's, during my childhood, passionately, I promoted UNICEF's programs. We appreciate Unicef's commitments to make a difference through Doly's dreams and drives. Dolly has been doing her shared responsibility by serving her neighbourhood. Are we doing our part?
Please click on the links below to explore Doly's delightful dreams and drives and make a difference whatever way you can. We all can make a difference to build a better tomorrow with our shared responsibility.
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