Help for the poor and bare girls of BD

Update posted by Samit al majid On Nov 09, 2018

My cousin is a student but for money she cant carry on her studies ..Her parents are so poor...she is very sad and she was literally crying ..she wants to study but this our main problem of bd...She has no supported from family to do a part-time job..Thought she is a HSC student so here bd,there are lackings of job opportunities too...i want to help her ..not only her but also girls,who is uneducated and poor..who cant study for money,wealth and support..I need your help guyz ..Please help them and be their well wisher ..Be thier life developer and feeder..U can save this type of girls from wasting their life time and the purpose of being the bright light what they want to be..Overall, researchers found that the conditional incentives led to a significant reduction in child marriage and teenage childbearing and increased educational attainment. The empowerment program increased educational attainment but did not affect child marriage or teenage childbearing. Girls in communities with conditional incentives were 6.3 percentage points less likely to marry before the age of 18, a 23 percent reduction over girls in communities without any programming. They were also 2.9 percentage points less likely to have children during their teenage years, a 13 percent reduction over girls in communities without any programming....In The nespaper lie " THE DAILY STAR " here some speeches about education of male and female ( In a developing country like Bangladesh, which is one of the most promising emerging economies, it is absolutely crucial that investment is being made in order to groom the labour force of tomorrow. Achieving universal primary education is the second United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDG). However, research reveal that the enrollment rate in education for both male and female will lead one to believe that Bangladesh is far behind its contemporaries. For example, the literacy rate of Sri Lanka in 2016 is 92 percent, the highest literacy rate in South Asia. The literacy rate of India is 74 percent. Bangladesh has a literacy rate of 70 percent as of 2016, and while the number itself is close to that of India's, the vast difference in economic factors such as population for instance, needs to be taken into account. This is why the trend of the percentage of Official Development Assistance (ODA) going into the education sector in Bangladesh can be concerning. This will give a clearer perspective as to why more attention needs to be paid to our education sector )plz with all of regards i just want you guyz to give a small fund to save this type of girls and my cousin also..Their Future is in your hand . I hope i am successful to reach my purpose into your heart ..

Here is some google pictures and videos ..I was unable to click some pics because of smartphone..so i need help thats why i have created this post..Please help me then i can help them :)

Thank You from all of the girl who needs you most :)

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