This video is an step towards spreading awareness on the poor condition of Education in Bangladesh. This film is a small documentary produced and financed by the Armed For The Quill in March 2012 in Bangladesh. It is based on the true situation of Bangladesh child education system. The whole shooting of this small film has done in Bangladesh during March. It describes how the poor childrens are neglected from the luxurious education system of Bangladesh. It is shown that every single child has a dream to read and write, but at the age of holding pen and book in his hand, a small child does hard labor for living. The light of education never reaches them and they remain in darkness. Here education is no more a basic need of a human being, it turned in to a luxurious product for the rich. The moral of the stories says, only a small contribution from very individual can make someone’s small dream in to a bright future and very soon the world will become a more better place to live. This documentary has already drawn many authorities’s attention. Soon it will turn into a burning question for the society.

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Comment by Hamim Khan Majlish on April 19, 2012 at 12:19

this is the first step taken towards child education and child labor. now we have to just go ahead with it. 

Comment by Alia Nabizada on April 17, 2012 at 6:46

Dear Hatef Mokhtar 

It really touches the heart of every one. we have still child labour in Afghanistan which is very much painful. in general we can say many countries has the same problem with their weak economy and poor condition of education for the children and in Afghanistan beside economy and lack of poor education there is other problems also like those ones who has the possibilities for their children but due to lack of awareness of education benefit they do not allow them to go to school i m witness of all these cases.i wish my beautiful Afghanistan will shine in the sky of education and become very much educated and develop country in the world it is my dream. for the time being i don't have nothing in my hand to do some thing but at least i can spread the voice of my people in the world. 

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