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Downtown Eastside Vancouver BC 28 February 2014 | Rick Mave
Food Bank Britain 27 February 2014 | Hannah Mornement
Well of Death Riders 18 February 2014 | Sahil Lodha
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Shepherd 2.0 8 February 2014 | Rick Mave
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My Green Place on the Bay 18 January 2014 | Lucy Millson-Watkins
Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh is one of the populous cities in the world. An unexpected rapid rate of growing urban population has made this city unable to cope with changing situations due to their internal resource constraints and management limitations. As a common and regular problem of the city, Dhaka city have been facing extensive water logging during the monsoon (May to October) over the last decade.
‘Heart of Garbage’. It is based on the world’s most efficient garbage recycling community called Mokattam Garbage Village, whose inhabitants are called the Zabbaleen. What began as a squatters’ area, is now spread over 5.8 square kilometers interspersed with buildings having on an average of 5-6 stories.
In many Asian and African countries, parents allow their children to go with a family friend or relative to work in an hotel or as a domestic maid believing they will be looked after, fed, clothed, go to school and send money home.