Hamida Begum worked at Daulatdia in Rajbari district, one of the world's biggest brothels. Sex workers in Bangladesh often do not get a proper burial due to social stigma. In Kabul, trading women like cattle Afghanistan has become a key source for victims of sex-trafficking. Many minor girls are sold into prostitution by poor families. Hamida Begum's son Mukul Sheikh praying in front of his mother's grave. Women and girls working as prostitutes often have to face harsh work conditions, and are at high risk for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. Due to the social stigma, religious heads such as imams usually shy away from performing funeral rites for sex workers. Hamida Begum herself was only 12 years old when she started working at the Daulatdia brothel. But they have been given a voice and identity by a recently-founded newspaper.
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