Dhaka is a capital city of Bangladesh. Poor is the main problem in Bangladesh. Dhaka is the megacities for that there are high number of population density as well as high number of slam area. In a word, beggars are found begging every where in Dhaka city. Mainly they gather on Friday near the mosques in the towns, bus stand, railway stations, in front of markets, and in the traffic signals. Most of the older beggars are unable bodied. Some are blind, and some are lame. Some boys and girls are also found begging in the streets. Those who are very poor, landless or helpless. During the rainy season poor people of rural areas come to Dhaka for begging alms. They lead very miserable life. At the bus stand, market place and in the traffic signals old beggars and beggar children stretch their hands for taka (money). They cause troubles.Sometimes they cause accident. It is a great problem in Dhaka or in the Bangladesh. It is a big miserable story. We are the student from ASA University applied sociology department in Bangladesh. We will finished our undergraudate program in December 2018 . So we decided to start our journey and deep study againts the social problem .We are conducted a small research for the experiment. The reserch is about the Socio-economic Status of Child Beggars in Dhaka City (please If you want to read our small research paper go to these linkSocio-economic Status of Child Beggars in Dhaka City) From these small research we are concluded some solution. That is Buy them food and clothes. DO NOT GIVE AWAY MONEY TO THEM!!! They are poor because of their money habits. They would usually buy drugs or gamble it until they are empty pocketed again. So, if you really want to help them, buy them food and clothes.
So we have planned to start campaign to help them by providing food, clothes and medicince. So we want also experiment about our conclusion. So that's the began of our work . For that we need some fund.
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|Bank Name||First Century Bank|
|Beneficiary Name||Eyub Chiran|
Jui tripura ( Team leader)