Saleha’s fight for survival

  • Widow Saleha Begum works to pay for rent and food as her teenaged son is ill while the eldest son has moved away after his marriage.

    Widow Saleha Begum works to pay for rent and food as her teenaged son is ill while the eldest son has moved away after his marriage.

  • Widow Saleha Begum scavenges potato, onion and garlic that are dumped by wholesalers but can still be used at Shyambazar in Old Dhaka and sell those to pay for rent and food as it is difficult to get a job of house help amid the coronavirus pandemic.

    Widow Saleha Begum scavenges potato, onion and garlic that are dumped by wholesalers but can still be used at Shyambazar in Old Dhaka and sell those to pay for rent and food as it is difficult to get a job of house help amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Saleha Begum scavenges potato, onion and garlic that are dumped by wholesalers but can still be used on the bank of the Buriganga river at Shyambazar in Old Dhaka and sell those to pay for rent and food.

    Saleha Begum scavenges potato, onion and garlic that are dumped by wholesalers but can still be used on the bank of the Buriganga river at Shyambazar in Old Dhaka and sell those to pay for rent and food.

  • Saleha Begum scavenges potato, onion and garlic that are dumped by wholesalers but can still be used on the bank of the Buriganga river at Shyambazar in Old Dhaka and sell those to pay for rent and food.

    Saleha Begum scavenges potato, onion and garlic that are dumped by wholesalers but can still be used on the bank of the Buriganga river at Shyambazar in Old Dhaka and sell those to pay for rent and food.

  • Saleha Begum pays Tk 2,800 in rent every month. The widow scavenges potato, onion and garlic that are dumped by wholesalers but can still be used at Shyambazar in Old Dhaka and sell those.

    Saleha Begum pays Tk 2,800 in rent every month. The widow scavenges potato, onion and garlic that are dumped by wholesalers but can still be used at Shyambazar in Old Dhaka and sell those.

  • Saleha Begum pays Tk 2,800 in rent every month. The widow scavenges potato, onion and garlic that are dumped by wholesalers but can still be used at Shyambazar in Old Dhaka and sell those.

    Saleha Begum pays Tk 2,800 in rent every month. The widow scavenges potato, onion and garlic that are dumped by wholesalers but can still be used at Shyambazar in Old Dhaka and sell those.