The children daily hard work.
Photojournalist Mexican origin Claudio Montesano Casillas went Keraniganj district sub-district in Dhaka, Bangladesh, to show what challenges face daily children living in this country.
Every day children go to work at the clothing factory, the clothing which is then sent for export. Bangladesh is considered one of the poorest countries in the world, density of population which is just off the charts. Moreover, in this country the low wages in South-East Asia, with many international brands produce their products in this country.
Children in Bangladesh earn just 90 cents a day, worked hard for this for about 10 hours. According to statistics, in the factories of Bangladesh employs about one million children aged 10 to 14 years. If you have clothing, on the tag that says “Made in Bangladesh”, it is likely that it made some of the Bangladeshi boy.
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