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SAYS organizers pass a long day
Youth partner of the Social Business Forum 2013 South Asian Youth Society SAYS passes a hectic day of organizing the participants and guests at the program.
From the morning they conduct the registration and entrance processes of around thousand participants of the forum.
The process continued till 7 PM, immediate before the closing ceremony of the program.
Sunera Saba Khan, Punna Islam and Munira Tasnim Karim, organizers of the SAYS, shared their story of a tiring day of managing the diverse pool of participants and guests at the SBF-2013.
“It was a great day”, remarks Sunera.