Enhancing Employee Productivity: Harmony Trust Partners with FIVDB for a Landmark Project

August 27, 2023

Harmony Trust is pleased to announce the initiation of the “Enhancing Employee Productivity” project in collaboration with Friends In Village Development Bangladesh (FIVDB). The virtual launch event took place on 26th August 2023, marked by the presence of distinguished panellists and speakers.

Prof. Dr. Rashid-E-Mahbub, Advisor of Harmony and Trustee of the Bangladesh University of Health Sciences, and Dr. Abu Jamil Faisel, Advisor of Harmony and President (elect) of the Public Health Association of Bangladesh (PHAB), enriched the occasion with their valuable insights. The chairperson of Harmony Trust, Dr. Muhammod Abdus Sabur, presided over the session. Mr. Amitabha Bhattacharjee, Chief Executive Officer of Harmony Trust, anchored the event. The welcoming remarks were delivered by Mr. Bazle Mustafa Razee, Executive Director of FIVDB. The event also featured an open discussion with representatives from various esteemed Civil Society Organizations (CSOs).

Miss SS Sultana, the accomplished naturopath and chief of Harmony’s healthcare program, provided a detailed presentation outlining the project’s aims and implementation strategies.

Project Timeline and Objectives

The project, set to run from 1st August 2023 to 31st July 2024, will specifically target employees of FIVDB across 37 branches in seven districts: Sylhet, Sunamganj, Moulvibazar, Habiganj, Brahmanbaria, Kishoreganj, and Narshingdi.

Focused on improving the overall well-being of employees, the initiative aims to:

  • Reduce stress and chronic pain
  • Increase energy and vitality
  • Enhance focus and productivity

The project will feature comprehensive intervention methods, including:

  • Intensive training in Yogic Postures and Breathing Exercises
  • Reflexology sessions
  • Lifestyle Modification techniques
  • Nutritional education

This project aligns seamlessly with Harmony Trust’s overarching mission to promote healthy lives and well-being for all, particularly focusing on urban populations and vulnerable groups.