Support Tea Garden Workers of Sylhet

Tea garden workers have been displaced from various parts of India about 150 years ago during the colonial rules and have been kept in various parts of Bangladeshi Tea Gardens ever since.  The owners provide less than fair wages and benefits. The minimum is set at a meagre 1.5 US dollars per day on an average with negligible health benefits and a joke of a ration system to give them rice, wheat. These workers rely on the tea garden for their source of income. And there is no income, there is no ration, there is no food on the table.

  • Abedin Kader

  • Srabanti Huda

Funds Raised
  • ৳ 4,500.00Pledged
  • ৳ 700,000.00Goal
  • 2Contributors

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