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Hell for leather in Bangladesh

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Bangladesh's leather industry is worth over $ 1 billion a year and around 20,000 people are employed in the hundreds of tanneries operating along the banks of the Buriganga River in the southwest of Dhaka, the capital. Yet while this industry provides a livelihood for tens of thousands of workers and their families, the working conditions and chemicals used in the tanning process can have devastating effects on the health of the workers and a complete lack of safety and environmental regulations has caused severe pollution of surrounding waterways. Add to this the widespread use of child labour in Bangladesh's tanneries and the whole industry became yet another dangerous and dubious sector of the national economy alongside more infamous sectors like the garment industry. -- GMB Akash Child labor Working conditions Health Environmental pollution 2


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8/27/2014 ??? Kaohsiung Taiwan R.O.C All photos were taken from GMB Akash ,Private photore view,internet. THE END 64


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