Sadly, child labor is accepted in this country.
Even if they would prefer to sit at their desks and pay attention to teachers, thousands of students who live in Bangladesh report to work with the sun’s first rays.
Of course, this is not a wonderful life, but a lot of families are seeking for ways to make at least a little money so they can buy food.
Undoubtedly, improvements are occurring, albeit slowly.
Even G.M. I, a photographer and journalist, was unable to comprehend the scenario.
Dhaka native B. Akash
The 43-year-old guy aggressively raised awareness of the condition of individuals living in this country for 15 of those years in all available means.
He helps disadvantaged families with the majority of his salary and proceeds from the sale of his books and images.
Akash was able to persuade the parents of 20 slum-dwelling youngsters in Dhaka of the value of schooling.
They were permitted to attend school instead of working so long as the photographer covered the cost of their education, as well as the cost of their uniforms, books, and meals.
Additionally, he will be required to pay families each month equivalent to what children would earn.
Akash is fond of saying, “You cannot change the world as one person, but you can change the world for one individual.”
The guy did not hold grudges because the children’s grins made everything worthwhile.