Poverty is the state of one who lacks a certain amount of material property or money or destitution refers to being unable to afford basic human needs which commonly includes, nutrition health care education clothing and shelter. Relative poverty refers to lacking a usual or socially acceptable level of resources or income as compared with others within a society or country. Poverty is usually measured as either absolute or relative poverty (the latter being actually an index of income inequality). Absolute poverty refers to a set standard which is consistent over time and between countries.
Supro Claimed to Government from the Human Chain on the International Literacy Day-2011
SUPRO claimed to the Government to ensure 100% Literacy throughout the country by 2015 at the International Literacy Day 2011. Following the theme of the Day ‘Literacy and Peace’ SUPRO organized a National Level Human Chain at 11:00 on September 8, 2011 infront of the National Museum, Shahbag. Dhaka.
Speakers claimed to recognize education as fundamental rights to meet the Millennium Development Goal by 2015. They urged to increase the budgetory allocation especially for primary and adult literacy formulating effective plan to achieve optimum results.
We want free and independent Press A free press provides a window through which all other abuses of fundamental rights can be revealed
Democracy is prerequisite for sustainable development of a country. To maintain an effective democracy free flow of information is necessary. Journalist and press play an active role to provide news and information to the society. But in least developed countries or where governance institutions are weak, journalists suffered a lot sometimes at the cost of their lives collect news and information. In its various campaign and advocacy, SUPRO integrate news and information of press. On the other hand, journalists always extend their cooperation for dissemination of the campaign information and for effective advocacy.