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Proud to promote Gender Equality

Mahmuda Khan (MA7) shares a report from an event in Bangladesh saying "I always feel proud of being an IDS Alumnus, when doing something to promote gender equality"

Signing the #BeBoldForChange wall at the USAID / BRUR event in Bangladesh
Signing the #BeBoldForChange wall at the USAID / BRUR event in Bangladesh

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