He helped in building it and he taught them how to use it.The village was featured in one of the promotional videos for the 2013 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Warsaw, Poland.
Survey results found that forced labour (80%) was more prevalent than forced marriage (20%) in Bangladesh.
Furthermore, forced labour was particularly prevalent in manual labour (24%), construction (22%), drug production (13%) and farming (11%).
It is estimated that 1,531,300 people are in modern slavery in Bangladesh.
This estimate reflects data from a random sample, nationally representative survey conducted by Walk Free Foundation in partnership with Gallup in 2015.
Although the 2015 survey was unable to breakdown sectors of forced labour by gender, pre-existing literature on labour exploitation with a particular focus upon the garment sector indicates that of the four million Bangladeshis employed in the sector, 85% are estimated to be women.