Ononna is 19 and lives in a village outside of Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh with her parents, sister and her brother’s family. Her father sells milk to the village and owns three cows which is how they sustain their livelihoods. Ononna studies full time at college.

“They don’t have jobs and they have lost their jobs in this pandemic. So they have no income. It may be seen that, or I noticed, in our community, my family goes well but the majority of girls’ families are poor. They don’t get enough food. So how will they meet their demand of daily need.”