Inside Bangladesh’s garment factories: life and work in a dangerous industry

By Homa Khalil The Guardian.

Gazi Nafis Ahmed’s photographs of clothing factory workers in Bangladesh reveal some of the grinding poverty and ever-present dangers they face day after day. Nafis is an alumni of Pathshala South Asian Media Institute and in the VII Mentor Program

A mother preparing supper after a nine-hour shift in a factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh. She has worked in factories for 34 years. ©Gazi Nafis Ahmed /VII Mentor Program

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