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  • Title:  Family in Jamalpur
  • Description:  Two years later, Rozina Akther, now 18, stands outside her house holding Hossain, one of her two twin sons in Monarpara village of Sharishabari Upazila in Jamalpur District. Jilu Rehman, her father in law sits holding Hassan, her other son. Economically not much has changed for her family and the entire family continues to struggle like millions of other rural families in Bangladesh and that directly impacts her children’s food intake. Marjina, her mother in law said, “Our children are weak. We cannot feed them properly. Two children eat what is meant for one.” Rozina said, “I visit the Community Clinic regularly. They monitor my children and give us medications and advice. I have learned a lot from them about how I should look after my children and how to care for them. I try my best, but in the end, we are poor and there is only so much I can do about giving my children more nutritious food.” Her husband Monir Hossain, 25, works as a daily labourer and gets Taka 200/day when he gets work. He manages to work 15-20 days per month. He said, “There are no entertainment, no radio, no television. That’s not a problem. I only feel sorry that I cannot feed my children as much as they need. I don’t want more children. I would be happy if I could somehow raise my children properly and manage to make them good productive human beings.” Older caption from October 2012: Older image Nos: BNG-2012-Noorani-0106 to 0127 Sitting in her house, Rozina Akther’s (16), feed her twin children their meal mixed with Micro Nutrients Powder (or MNP also know as sprinkles) at her home in Monarpara village of Islampur Sharishabari Upazila in Jamalpur District. She has received MNP packets from Monarpara Community Clinic, supported by EU-UNICEF MYCNSI project, less than a kilometer from her house. Rozina was married two years ago when she was only 14 years old. Now she lives with Marijina Begum (45), her mother-in-law, Munir, her 23 years old husband and her twins
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  • Title: Family in Jamalpur
  • Description: Two years later, Rozina Akther, now 18, stands outside her house holding Hossain, one of her two twin sons in Monarpara village of Sharishabari Upazila in Jamalpur District. Jilu Rehman, her father in law sits holding Hassan, her other son. Economically not much has changed for her family and the entire family continues to struggle like millions of other rural families in Bangladesh and that directly impacts her children’s food intake. Marjina, her mother in law said, “Our children are weak. We cannot feed them properly. Two children eat what is meant for one.” Rozina said, “I visit the Community Clinic regularly. They monitor my children and give us medications and advice. I have learned a lot from them about how I should look after my children and how to care for them. I try my best, but in the end, we are poor and there is only so much I can do about giving my children more nutritious food.” Her husband Monir Hossain, 25, works as a daily labourer and gets Taka 200/day when he gets work. He manages to work 15-20 days per month. He said, “There are no entertainment, no radio, no television. That’s not a problem. I only feel sorry that I cannot feed my children as much as they need. I don’t want more children. I would be happy if I could somehow raise my children properly and manage to make them good productive human beings.” Older caption from October 2012: Older image Nos: BNG-2012-Noorani-0106 to 0127 Sitting in her house, Rozina Akther’s (16), feed her twin children their meal mixed with Micro Nutrients Powder (or MNP also know as sprinkles) at her home in Monarpara village of Islampur Sharishabari Upazila in Jamalpur District. She has received MNP packets from Monarpara Community Clinic, supported by EU-UNICEF MYCNSI project, less than a kilometer from her house. Rozina was married two years ago when she was only 14 years old. Now she lives with Marijina Begum (45), her mother-in-law, Munir, her 23 years old husband and her twins
  • Date Created: 2014-11-08 00:00:00
  • Author: Shehzad Noorani
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  • Image Description: Two years later, Rozina Akther, now 18, stands outside her house holding Hossain, one of her two twin sons in Monarpara village of Sharishabari Upazila in Jamalpur District. Jilu Rehman, her father in law sits holding Hassan, her other son. Economically
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