Last night, a violent fire raged through Korail, Dhaka, burning our school down and at least two of our students have lost their homes. Terrible! Everyone is in shock.
To ensure that our students can restart in building their future as soon as possible, we want to start rebuilding our school as quickly as possible.
We can always use all the help and support, but most certainly right now.
Help us to help our students to work on their self-reliant future and donate what you can.
To conclude with two clichés but truths:
Every little bit helps and together we stand strong.
In case you have any questions, tips or comments, we’d love to hear from you at email@example.com
We hope we can inform you soon of the developments and hopefully with more and positive news.
Foto: Dhaka, March 16th, 2017 – Class room of our campus site
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Bangladesh is a small country, wedged between the Bay of Bengals, India and Burma. It is a young country in terms of its existence. In a distant past it was known as a district of India, called Bengal. From 1947 it was called East Pakistan, a district of Pakistan. Only in 1971 did it become independent following a bloody war of independence. Bangladesh, the land of the Bengali, was to become its new name.
“Thanks to the money I earned in the handicraft class and the money Vialisa saved for me I bought a sewing machine and I am working independently now.”
“I am very happy to go to school every day. I learn, I play and I get nice food so I am not much hungry anymore.”
“As a supervisor I help the teacher train new students. This way I can earn money but I can still make mistakes.”
“I want to contribute in improving the lives of people living in the slums, especially the girls.”
” had to stop my education at the age of 7 to start working as a cleaner, just like my brother. When the company moved I was out of a job. I am very happy to be able to go to school again and learn for stock manager.”