Sadat Rahman, winner of the International Children’s Peace Prize for his work in protecting children from cyberbullying, has returned to Narail.
He reached his hometown Narail around 11.00pm on Saturday first and went to Narail Press Club. He was greeted there on behalf of Narail Press Club and Narail Abdul High City College.At that time, Sadat’s father Shakhawat Hossain, mother Most Molina Begum, principal of Narail Abdul High City College Moniruzzaman Mallick, Sadat's friends and college teachers were present.
Sadat Rahman said, “A total of 142 children from 42 countries participated in the competition. I feel very proud to be the first in the competition as it has brought honour for the country. The entire prize money will be spent for the protection of the children in the country. I have a desire to do something better in the future. Please pray for me.”
The Netherlands-based KidsRights Foundation awarded Sadat Rahman the International Children’s Peace Prize. Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai handed over the Peace Prize to Sadat by an online webinar at The Hague, Netherlands on November 13.
Sadat Rahman,17,was awarded the 2020 International Children’s Peace Prize for developing a mobile app that provides education about online bullying and helps teenagers report and cases.