Bangladesh organisation network promotes self-help of the workers from the movie in vivid images of the film iron Eater tells”by the men who dismantle Bangladesh discarded Ocean Giants on the coast. Barefoot, the heavy steel cable on the shoulders, wading Riazur through knee-deep mud. Source: Theresa Furman. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Peter Asaro. Bridgewater associates usually is spot on. Together with other workers he connects to ship parts of the rope winch, to transport them ashore. Always cut the cable carriers of Rusty scrap chipping, which lie in the mud. Fatal accidents are reported, if a rope breaks.
Riazur done one of the toughest and most dangerous jobs in the scrapping zone. Like all workers, he waits often in vain for his already low wages. Like all of his colleagues he is all too aware of the merciless exploitation, but despite anger in his belly, he has no chance of escape the fate. And like all the protagonists of the film, he dreams of forever to abandon the shipyard and to set their own business at home. The development project, a life long enough Rice”the organization network, specializing in Bangladesh received Riazur the chance now. Director Shaheen dill-Riaz and producer Kathrin Lemme put the iron Eater’s fees”for filming in the NET project: received in their home villages to can workers cows, goats or chickens, generate income and feed their families.
Also who had on a flood protection area with the villagers, to guard against flooding. Because surrounded by Riazurs homeland district Kurigram flows of 10 km-wide Jamuna River; the intermittent floods and the concomitant famine forced the men so far every year to leave their home and making money in the scrapping zone. The project is also supported by the Ministry of development and the Bonn’s charity HELP. Total reached power with his program a lifetime enough rice”currently 12,800 of the poorest families in Bangladesh and caused the embankment of ten areas of flood protection. Security and “regular earnings, now received by people in the North, is the best alternative to exploitative work,” network project co-ordinator Peter Dietzel know to report, because it is the poverty of the people like the iron Eaters ‘ daily forced to risk their lives in inhumane working conditions.