An afternoon on the streets of Dhaka
I remember my first day waking up in Dhaka. The world’s most populated city with 14 million people, filled with blaring horns, dusty concrete walls, the smell of curry and the sound of prayer call five times a day.
I had partnered with World Vision Canada on their No Child For Sale campaign where we would visit area development projects in the slums of Bangladesh, visit communities deep in the country, dive into gathering resources on child labour issues involved in the supply chain and how it leads back to consumers in Canada.
I remember visiting countless night schools, interviewing five year olds that worked as waste pickers on garbage mountains and meeting children with stories that seemed too brutal to exist. Along the way, I was also cared for by staff that treated me like family and meet people that were working…
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