Stories of Joy

1.12.2020

What Grandma says is true!

Lúcia and Jónatas come from Portugal but they are globetrotters. They have already lived in France, Spain, England, Italy, the Czech Republic, Lebanon and are now heading to the Sao Tome and Principe archipelago. And it was in the Czech Republic that they learned about BanglaKids, started supporting a girl named Hushana, and even before the COVID-19 pandemic, they met her in Bangladesh. Jónatas is an English teacher, Lúcia is a media analyst.

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30.11.2020

Tisha: a girl her mother wanted to bury alive

Tisha is a smiling, energetic, extremely talented 16-year-old girl. She speaks great English and sings beautifully. Originally she wanted to marry a Canadian, but now the favourite is Bangladeshi. Thanks to donors from the BanglaHope organization, she is going to India to study at the SAMS boarding school and wants to become a dentist. Her initially horror story has a happy sequel.

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25.11.2020

All children in the world should have a happy childhood

Monika and Robert are passionate travellers. In four years, they travelled to 31 countries. In March, they went to Bangladesh to meet their adoptive children, the boy Langang and the girl Bristy. According to them, they had never received so much love. In the following interview, you will find out what their first meeting with children was like and what they experienced together.

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12.10.2020

Brave Mother Jamila: The (not) Collapsed World

"Mummy, are you dancing? Don't you have any work to do?" giggles son Himu, the youngest of three Jamila´s children. He cannot grasp, that his mother is cheerfully hopping in front of an old TV. However, when she was pregnant with him, she did not jump for joy. Her husband left her, her mother passed away, she was left alone without funds, pregnant with two small children. By the day, her whole World collapsed.

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7.5.2020

Shuvo: Unwanted and unloved

Shuvo, today 24 years old, was not born to a happy family. Quarrels, fights and lack of love. When the fights escalated, parents got divorced.  Mother worked hard in the textile factory in order to sustain them. And then the disaster came. One morning, Shuvo woke up next to his dead mother... Shuvo was 12, his sister Arnika 9 years old... 

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