WSSCC deeply saddened by passing of Mr. Milon Bikash Paul

Date: 10th August 2014

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Credit: WSSCC/Pierre Virot

Credit: WSSCC/Pierre Virot

WSSCC would like to offer sincere sympathies to the family of Milon Bikash Paul, WSSCC National Coordinator for Bangladesh, who passed away on Tuesday. For all those who knew Milon through his work in the WASH community, his dedication and enthusiasm were greatly admired. Milon was a longtime and active member of both WSSCC and the WSSCC-Bangladesh coalition, supporting the previous National Coordinator, Dr. Dibalok Singha.

Milon’s dedication to improving WASH in Bangladesh and in the region is remembered by all. We are saddened by his health struggles this year and we will all miss him greatly.

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