Low-income people, especially slum dwellers, who have been left with no work amid the notionwie shutdown aimed at curbing the coronavirus were seen waiting at different intersection of Dhaka on Sunday in the hope of getting good and relief materials. Dhaka, Bangladesh. Credits: Fabeha Monir

After a nationwide lockdown daily wagers in Dhaka have no means to learn a livelihood. Many end of living on the street. Dhaka, Bangladesh. Credits: Fabeha Monir

Ayesha Akhter (28) mother of five daughters is holding her youngest daughter in the slum. Her family has to leave their one room as they are unable to pay rent. Her family has no means to buy groceries past few days as her husabnd lost his job after a nationawide lockdown. Dhaka, Bangladesh. Credits: Fabeha Monir

Toma Islam (22) is staying inside her room for two weeks now which accomodates now eight transgender members. She said, '‘If any of us get corona virus, people will shoot us all together. We are staying at home but can’t go outside even if any of us die. Credits: Fabeha Monir

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S$9 is 1 week's worth of food for the most vulnerable groups of people in Bangladesh.

At the core of this campaign lies a belief that beautiful things can come out of tragedy. We must not forget the ones that are forgotten by the system, we must not forget what humanity is capable of.


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