Changing their destiny

Alam, Shahidul
January 1997
New Internationalist;Jan/Feb97, Issue 287, p18
Focuses on the poor people of Bangladesh who had tried to find jobs in other countries. Boarding on a plane; Dreams of the poor; Overseas employment; Application for a job.


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