International Children's Peace Prize winner Sadat greeted in Narail
Published : 21 Nov 2020, 18:38
Sadat Rahman, recipient of the International Children's Peace Award, returned to Narail for his work defending children from cyberbullying.
On Saturday, he first entered his hometown of Narail at about 11.00 pm and went to the Narail Press Club. There on behalf of the Narail Press Club and Narail Abdul High City College, he was welcomed.
Sadat's father, Shakhawat Hossain, mother, Most Molina Begum, principal of Moniruzzaman Mallick's Narail Abdul High City College, Sadat's friends, and college teachers were present at that time.
Sadat Rahman said A total of 142 children participated in the competition from 42 countries. As it has brought honour to the country, I feel very proud to be the first in the contest. All the prize money will be spent on the welfare of the country's children. In the future, I have a dream to do something better. Please pray for me, please.'
Sadat Rahman was given the International Children's Peace Prize by the Netherlands-based KidsRights Foundation. On 13 November, Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai presented Sadat with the Peace Prize through an online webinar in The Hague, Netherlands.
Sadat Rahman,17, was awarded the 2020 International Children's Peace Prize for creating a mobile app that offers online bullying education and helps report and case studies for adolescents.
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