Bandhu Social Welfare Society (BSWS) has gotten the ‘Legend Honor’ for attempting to guarantee the privileges of sexual orientation enhanced groups and its commitment to HIV/Helps avoidance among them.
The honour was given over to Bandhu’s official chief Saleh Ahmed at a program in Bangkok, Thailand on 12 November, says a public statement issued on 13 November.
The honour was given by Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Wellbeing (APCOM), which works among the sex expanded group, denoting its tenth commemoration.
The ‘Saint Honor’ is viewed as a lofty acknowledgement for commitments of people and associations who have worked enhancing the lives of sexual orientation different individuals influenced by HIV/Helps all through the Asia Pacific district.
Of the 350 people and associations designated from Asia-Pacific, seven people and associations got grants in seven classifications.
Bandhu got the honour in the best association classification.
Bandhu has been attempting to save wellbeing rights and enhancing the personal satisfaction of Hijra and sexual orientation differentiated groups in Bangladesh since 1996.