Access to clean, drinkable water makes the difference between life and death in the sewage-infested slums of Bangladesh.
Water poses a survival threat for millions in
As the sun rises over the narrow streets, a cacophony of sound heralds the new day. Armies of workers in small factories are busy making everything from salt to bricks and balloons. Yet one glance at their weary faces and ragged clothes makes it clear that no one here earns much money.
Welcome to Kamrangirchar, Dhaka’s largest slum - a grimy product of the mass urban migration that
By Shahzeb Najam