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“Hell is red” a brilliant photo essay by Award winning photographer Miguel Candela.

In Uncategorized on August 30, 2011 by Humanitari©

The Brick industry is one of the largest industries in Bangladesh, since the country lies in a flood plain rich with soil ideal for brick making. During 5 months a year, entire families are employed at the brickworks and children are expected to help carry the two-kilogram bricks. Children do not go to school and they face a future with little opportunity. There is no focus on safety, so the most exposed workers suffer from respiratory problems, arthritis, and other diseases. Employees work 12 hours a day for a daily wage of 120 taka (USD 1.70) for men.













MIGUEL CANDELA © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
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2 Responses to ““Hell is red” a brilliant photo essay by Award winning photographer Miguel Candela.”

  1. Excellent work – thanks!

  2. Excellent.Want to see your more work.Thanks.

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