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Grameenphone Partners with Anjuman Mufidul Islam for Social Welfare

Industry: Charity & Trust, NGO & Development, Telecom, Telecom & Mobile
Company: Anjuman Mufidul Islam, Grameenphone Limited (GP)
Company Intelligence Tag: CSR Insights

Grameenphone, a leading telecommunications company, has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Anjuman Mufidul Islam, a renowned welfare organization in Bangladesh. As part of the agreement, Grameenphone will provide 2 million free SMS to support Anjuman’s campaigns for social well-being and charity. The SMS will be utilized to raise awareness, run campaigns, and engage potential donors, encouraging people to contribute to Anjuman’s noble cause.

This collaboration builds on Grameenphone’s previous support to Anjuman in 2021, where they provided the same SMS facility. Grameenphone has also demonstrated its commitment as a socially responsible citizen by offering its Vehicle Tracking System (VTS) facility for Anjuman’s ambulances and freezing vehicles. This partnership reflects Grameenphone’s dedication to making a positive impact on society through technology, aiming to create a compassionate society where everyone has access to necessities and opportunities.

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