Hopes for a better life
Lailya Begum's husband has been visually impaired since birth. He has also suffered from asthma and arthritis for the past few years. She has to beg from door to door to afford the cost of her husband's treatment and the expenses of her six children. She struggles to run such a huge household with the money she gets from begging. The situation was made even worse when the entire village was submerged during a horrific flood.

Mushfiqul Alam, Bangladesh

Print Size: 960x640 mm
Frame Size: 1140x820 mm
Paper Type: Felix Schooller True Baryta 310gsm
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS AA 342 17

 

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Hopes for a better life

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Lailya Begum's husband has been visually impaired since birth. He has also suffered from asthma and arthritis for the past few years. She has to beg from door to door to afford the cost of her husband's treatment and the expenses of her six children. She struggles to run such a huge household with the money she gets from begging. The situation was made even worse when the entire village was submerged during a horrific flood.

Photographer:
Mushfiqul Alam, Bangladesh


Print Size: 960x640 mm

Frame Size: 1140x820 mm

Exhibit: POS AA 342 17

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