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 Dr Ruhul Abid, a Bangladeshi-American professor at Brown University, and his non-profit organization HAEFA (Health and Education for All) has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by the University of Massachusetts Boston in the US.  According to HAEFA website, Dr Ruhul Abid received his MD from Dhaka in Bangladesh and his PhD in molecular biology and biochemistry from Nagoya University in Japan, and he completed his fellowship at Harvard Medical School in 2001, reports Dhaka Tribune.  HAEFA has been engaged in providing free healthcare to the underprivileged in Bangladesh. In the last three years, the nonprofit has provided free on-site treatment to more than 30,000 readymade garment (RMG) workers, supported cervical cancer screening and treatment for more than 9,000 RMG workers and underprivileged women in Bangladesh, and given free healthcare to more than 150,000 Rohingya refugees, reports The Business Standard.
and host community members in Cox’s Bazar.
Now, they are providing competency training for Covid-19 management, to combat the spread of the virus in two Rohingya refugee camps.