Rehana is 21. She left her village outside Rangpur to come to Dhaka three years ago because her cousin, who worked in a garment factory, told her there were plenty of opportunities in the city. Rehana admired her cousin’s confidence, independence, and status derived from the financial assistance she gave her family. Rehana also had a permanent disability caused by an accident that impaired her mobility. But once Rehana reached Dhaka, a whole new world opened up. She found new friends, a steady income, and a new sense of self. She began saving for her wedding and sending money back home to her family in the village. She even dreamt of one day owning a small business.
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Fighting the Spread of COVID-19 with First Hand Sanitizers Made in Chad
- In spring 2020, the unprecedented demand for many products has strained supply chains worldwide as production lines stopped working to avoid the spread of the corona virus epidemic.
- It became virtually impossible to find front line protective products against the virus: gloves, face masks and bottles of hand sanitizer.
- This situation prompted Chad to launch its first ever production of these precious flasks.
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