Bangladeshi Ovhibashi Mohila Sramik Association (BOMSA) has distributed some reliefs among the COVID hit people in several places in Dhaka city and outside districts.
BOMSA in cooperation of Manusher Jonno Foundation (MJF) distributed the relief among the poor people in Savar, Mirpur and Narsingdi district, said its officials.
‘We have distributed 350 packages of food items with support of MJF,” BOMSA chairman Lily Jahan told Migration News on Monday.
She also said that food items included rice, pulse, potato, oil and other essentials have been distributed recently by them.
In amidst of COVID-19, the BOMSA staffs have reached to the doorsteps of the people and inquired about the front line people, she said.
BOMSA general secretary Sheikh Rumana who took part in the relief distribution among the poor and COVID-19 affected people told Migration News that they continued to have phone calls and video images of the female migrants who were facing problems at home and abroad.
‘Recently we have listed 27 women migrants stranded in Saudi Arabia,’ she said, adding that the BOMSA officials submitted detailed of the migrants to BMET office seeking government help to repatriate them to Bangladesh.