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Silent Howl.

Portrait. A Hero of Our Time., 3rd place. Special prize by Al Mayadeen TV
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A portrait of Rubel (10) at an aluminum factory in Chittagong, Bangladesh.
This girl works all day long at a garbage dump to help her family. Though she works in awful conditions, both her beauty and her dreams are far from lost, but rather are very much alive. Anandabazar garbage dump, in Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Liton at an aluminum factory in Chittagong, Bangladesh.
A group portrait of child beggars at a slum in Leh, Ladakh, India. Their families have all migrated from different regions of India.
Shafik and others watch a music video on a mobile phone during their lunch break at a brick factory. Bakkar Brick Factory in Chittagong, Bangladesh.
Shafik (11) loves to play the flute whenever he gets time. He brought this flute with him from his village. The hard work at the brick factory and his difficult situation do not discourage him from playing his flute. Bakkar Brick Factory in Chittagong, Bangladesh.
A child laborer at the Anandabazar garbage dump in Chittagong, Bangladesh.
A silent howl at a garbage dump. Anandabazar garbage dump in Chittagong, Bangladesh.
A portrait of three sisters, Priti (9), Pinky (6) and Punam (8) at a slum in Leh, Ladakh, India. Begging is a profession that they learned and inherited from their parents. They migrated from Punjab a few years ago.
These are some of the orphans learning the Holy Quran in an orphanage during their morning lesson. The rest of the time they learn farming or fishing or how to work in shop. Kutubdia Island, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
A house of child labor. Bandarban, Chittagong, Bangladesh.
They spent their life laboring as a family in landscaping, farming or fishing on Kutubdia Island, Chittagong, Bangladesh.

According to a UNICEF report from January 2014, 5.6 million of the country's 26 million children were not in school and according to ILO 2006 there are about 3.2 million child laborers in Bangladesh. “Silent Howl” is about the life of these children, especially those who must work far away from their homes and families.

 

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