CORR- The Jute Work, partner of FAIR CIRCLE, has been working inside the refugee camps in Dhaka in the past 35 years. They provide jute making and sewing trainings for the women who lives inside these camps.
In 1971, Bangladesh was independence from Pakistan, resulting in serious bloodshed and casualties after war. Millions of refugees stranded in Bangladesh, they and their descendants have been living as a second-class citizens. Lack of education, housing and other social and economic factors are hindering their search for job and development opportunities.