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A Curse (Child Labor) : Stock Photo
Child labour is technically illegal but extremely widespread. Driven by poverty, it is often parents who are forced to push their children into work at an early age. Child labor is quite common in Bangladesh - either to support themselves and/or their parents. Safety standards such as requiring employers to provide for welding masks are non-existent in Bangladesh. The worst forms are welding, automobiles, street chidren, battery re-charing and transport. Salam 17 years old boy welder in a welding workshop and his nephew Azam (only 9 years) helps him whole day. Child Labour is a curse to the Bangladeshi Society as well as our economy.

A Curse (Child Labor)

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Ashik Masud
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Child labour is technically illegal but extremely widespread. Driven by poverty, it is often parents who are forced to push their children into work at an early age. Child labor is quite common in Bangladesh - either to support themselves and/or their parents. Safety standards such as requiring employers to provide for welding masks are non-existent in Bangladesh. The worst forms are welding, automobiles, street chidren, battery re-charing and transport. Salam 17 years old boy welder in a welding workshop and his nephew Azam (only 9 years) helps him whole day. Child Labour is a curse to the Bangladeshi Society as well as our economy.
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