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Amader school means “our school.”As part of this project, we’re campaigning at all levels of society to change attitudes, practices and policies towards education. After losing their home, Sonia and her family had to move away from their area.

At first, her father thought she wouldn’t be able to continue her schooling.

As a result, it’s very difficult for women to escape the cycle of poverty.

Even for the children who do go to school, there are many problems. Drop-out rates are very high; only about a third of children who start primary school actually finish it.

Well, at least it’s the first time I thought I might have a chance.

There seemed to be some chemistry, between my translator and I, though at this stage it’s obviously not looking good…

A group of girls used to walk up and down the beaches of south-west Bangladesh selling snacks to tourists.

They trod the sands for hours every day offering crisps and eggs to anyone who looked willing to buy them so they could support their families. The group started when Suma saw a lifeguard riding the waves from the beach. Several years later, Rashem Alam’s surfing school has eleven girls – the youngest is ten years old and the oldest 15.

They're surfing.” The girls' parents were not their only critics.

Secondly, I hardly ever hear of Japanese or Korean girls liking Indian or Bengali or Pakistani guys at all, why is this, is it genetics, but if it is gentics then why do indians/bengalis/pakistans like them but not the other way round? Thirdly my question is are there Japanese or Korean girls on tsr that buck the trend and do like them?

Bangladeshis always have positive and welcome attitude towards foreigner and openness to Hospitality.

“Surfing has just given them an outlet to be children,” Allison Joyce, a photographer who has been following the girls for the past two years told The Independent. When they're out on the water – it's a break from everything that happens up on land. They're all together out there.” The girls sing Bollywood songs while they wait to catch waves, Ms Joyce said.

“It's something they don't get to experience up on land, that freedom.” For Mr Alam, who teaches the girls how to swim as well as surf, making sure the girls keep coming is a constant battle.