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 The Buriganga river seen from the R820 bridge. The stream is an essential element of the capitals economy. Transport on water is still faster for industries as well for people given the chaotic traffic situation in this overcrowded metropolis. Dhaka, June 8th, 2013.

The Buriganga river seen from the R820 bridge. The stream is an essential element of the capitals economy. Transport on water is still faster for industries as well for people given the chaotic traffic situation in this overcrowded metropolis. Dhaka, June 8th, 2013.

 Men screaming at a bus driving by. Dhaka, June 8th 2013.

Men screaming at a bus driving by. Dhaka, June 8th 2013.

 A busy street in central Dhaka. The capital of Bangladesh with its 14 billion inhabitants is one of the world's most crowded cities  . June 3rd  2013.

A busy street in central Dhaka. The capital of Bangladesh with its 14 billion inhabitants is one of the world's most crowded cities

. June 3rd 2013.

 A tuc-tuc driver is looking for his way through the traffic. Dhaka, June 11th 2013.

A tuc-tuc driver is looking for his way through the traffic. Dhaka, June 11th 2013.

 Teenager play football under the pouring rain in Ramna Park, Dhaka. June 6th, 2013.

Teenager play football under the pouring rain in Ramna Park, Dhaka. June 6th, 2013.

 Children are playing on a construction sight in southern Dhaka. Seasonal floods in the Buriganga-delta increase housing problems for the local population. June 13th 2013.

Children are playing on a construction sight in southern Dhaka. Seasonal floods in the Buriganga-delta increase housing problems for the local population. June 13th 2013.

 New constructions for Bangladeshs middle class near Gulshan, Dhaka. June 13th, 2013.

New constructions for Bangladeshs middle class near Gulshan, Dhaka. June 13th, 2013.

 A Woman walks trough a male bathroom at a private event. In predominantly muslim Bangladesh, women are generally segregated from the male community. Dhaka, June 14th, 2013.

A Woman walks trough a male bathroom at a private event. In predominantly muslim Bangladesh, women are generally segregated from the male community. Dhaka, June 14th, 2013.

 Two men are walking trough the cloth market in Old Dhaka. Over a million people are employed by the textile industry in the capital. June 8th, 2013.

Two men are walking trough the cloth market in Old Dhaka. Over a million people are employed by the textile industry in the capital. June 8th, 2013.

 Children take a bath in the Buriganga river, one of the worlds most polluted streams. Sadarghat, Dhake. June 11th, 2013.

Children take a bath in the Buriganga river, one of the worlds most polluted streams. Sadarghat, Dhake. June 11th, 2013.

 Mother and daughter crossing the street in Motijheel, Dhaka. June 6th, 2013.

Mother and daughter crossing the street in Motijheel, Dhaka. June 6th, 2013.

 A worker is recycling aluminium in a factory in Shyampur, Dhaka. Most of the workers live around the highly polluted industrial area or in the factories where they work. Transportation to their province of origin is too long and too expensive. June 11th, 2013.

A worker is recycling aluminium in a factory in Shyampur, Dhaka. Most of the workers live around the highly polluted industrial area or in the factories where they work. Transportation to their province of origin is too long and too expensive. June 11th, 2013.

 A spouse at her wedding in Dhaka. June 14th, 2013.

A spouse at her wedding in Dhaka. June 14th, 2013.

 Young textile workers throw bricks at the security guards in front of a factory. They claim that the salaries provided by foreign companies like H&M or Zara (around 100$ monthly) are enough to support a family, but the factory owners keep around 60$ for themselfes and ask for another 30$ for rent. A place to live inside the city is crucial for most families, who lost their land to the floods on the countryside and moved to the suburban slums to find a new occupation. June 5th, 2013.

Young textile workers throw bricks at the security guards in front of a factory. They claim that the salaries provided by foreign companies like H&M or Zara (around 100$ monthly) are enough to support a family, but the factory owners keep around 60$ for themselfes and ask for another 30$ for rent. A place to live inside the city is crucial for most families, who lost their land to the floods on the countryside and moved to the suburban slums to find a new occupation. June 5th, 2013.

 Public bus stops during a political rally of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party in Dhaka. June 8th, 2013.

Public bus stops during a political rally of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party in Dhaka. June 8th, 2013.

The Buriganga river seen from the R820 bridge. The stream is an essential element of the capitals economy. Transport on water is still faster for industries as well for people given the chaotic traffic situation in this overcrowded metropolis. Dhaka, June 8th, 2013.

Men screaming at a bus driving by. Dhaka, June 8th 2013.

A busy street in central Dhaka. The capital of Bangladesh with its 14 billion inhabitants is one of the world's most crowded cities

. June 3rd 2013.

A tuc-tuc driver is looking for his way through the traffic. Dhaka, June 11th 2013.

Teenager play football under the pouring rain in Ramna Park, Dhaka. June 6th, 2013.

Children are playing on a construction sight in southern Dhaka. Seasonal floods in the Buriganga-delta increase housing problems for the local population. June 13th 2013.

New constructions for Bangladeshs middle class near Gulshan, Dhaka. June 13th, 2013.

A Woman walks trough a male bathroom at a private event. In predominantly muslim Bangladesh, women are generally segregated from the male community. Dhaka, June 14th, 2013.

Two men are walking trough the cloth market in Old Dhaka. Over a million people are employed by the textile industry in the capital. June 8th, 2013.

Children take a bath in the Buriganga river, one of the worlds most polluted streams. Sadarghat, Dhake. June 11th, 2013.

Mother and daughter crossing the street in Motijheel, Dhaka. June 6th, 2013.

A worker is recycling aluminium in a factory in Shyampur, Dhaka. Most of the workers live around the highly polluted industrial area or in the factories where they work. Transportation to their province of origin is too long and too expensive. June 11th, 2013.

A spouse at her wedding in Dhaka. June 14th, 2013.

Young textile workers throw bricks at the security guards in front of a factory. They claim that the salaries provided by foreign companies like H&M or Zara (around 100$ monthly) are enough to support a family, but the factory owners keep around 60$ for themselfes and ask for another 30$ for rent. A place to live inside the city is crucial for most families, who lost their land to the floods on the countryside and moved to the suburban slums to find a new occupation. June 5th, 2013.

Public bus stops during a political rally of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party in Dhaka. June 8th, 2013.

 The Buriganga river seen from the R820 bridge. The stream is an essential element of the capitals economy. Transport on water is still faster for industries as well for people given the chaotic traffic situation in this overcrowded metropolis. Dhaka, June 8th, 2013.
 Men screaming at a bus driving by. Dhaka, June 8th 2013.
 A busy street in central Dhaka. The capital of Bangladesh with its 14 billion inhabitants is one of the world's most crowded cities  . June 3rd  2013.
 A tuc-tuc driver is looking for his way through the traffic. Dhaka, June 11th 2013.
 Teenager play football under the pouring rain in Ramna Park, Dhaka. June 6th, 2013.
 Children are playing on a construction sight in southern Dhaka. Seasonal floods in the Buriganga-delta increase housing problems for the local population. June 13th 2013.
 New constructions for Bangladeshs middle class near Gulshan, Dhaka. June 13th, 2013.
 A Woman walks trough a male bathroom at a private event. In predominantly muslim Bangladesh, women are generally segregated from the male community. Dhaka, June 14th, 2013.
 Two men are walking trough the cloth market in Old Dhaka. Over a million people are employed by the textile industry in the capital. June 8th, 2013.
 Children take a bath in the Buriganga river, one of the worlds most polluted streams. Sadarghat, Dhake. June 11th, 2013.
 Mother and daughter crossing the street in Motijheel, Dhaka. June 6th, 2013.
 A worker is recycling aluminium in a factory in Shyampur, Dhaka. Most of the workers live around the highly polluted industrial area or in the factories where they work. Transportation to their province of origin is too long and too expensive. June 11th, 2013.
 A spouse at her wedding in Dhaka. June 14th, 2013.
 Young textile workers throw bricks at the security guards in front of a factory. They claim that the salaries provided by foreign companies like H&M or Zara (around 100$ monthly) are enough to support a family, but the factory owners keep around 60$ for themselfes and ask for another 30$ for rent. A place to live inside the city is crucial for most families, who lost their land to the floods on the countryside and moved to the suburban slums to find a new occupation. June 5th, 2013.
 Public bus stops during a political rally of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party in Dhaka. June 8th, 2013.