Sazzad had the first-hand experience of not being able to speak English when he arrived in Singapore. His own struggle had inspired him to launch an initiative to teach English to migrant workers. Currently, he serves as the CEO of SDI Academy, a social enterprise that aims to alleviate workplace injury and reduce communication barrier amongst the Migrant workers residing in Singapore.
SDI Academy's unique approach in incorporating the native languages of the migrant workers as well as tailored approaches based on the relevant industries has been showing great results in effectively alleviating the problems faced so far.
Sazzad founded SDI Academy in 2013 to alleviate the challenges migrant workers faced in their daily lives due to their poor command in English. Having gone through similar experiences in his childhood, he could easily relate to their hardships which compelled him to take action and champion this cause.
25 Jun 2019
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