Mohammed Nurul Amin - Bangladesh - Cox’s Bazaar

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“I’m the eldest son and my father cannot work due to old age. He is always worried for our livelihood and my younger sister’s marriage. In 2010, I joined in ROTA and Muslim Aid-funded Local Youth Group as a member and was informed of a training opportunity in the Muslim Aid Institute of Technology (MAIT). I completed the course in December 2010. After that, I set up a small shop at in my village market under the close supervision of my trade teacher. In the shop, I do computer typing, photograph printing, printing, scanning, memory loading, and computer application training. My monthly net income is now Tk. 8000 (US$ 115) per month. I am very grateful for Muslim Aid and ROTA’s help. My income is increasing day by day. My family members are happy and enjoying better livelihood now. Soon, I hope to start a company and employ MAIT trainees.” Mohammed Nurul Amin, Hajam Para, Cox’s Bizarre

“I’m the eldest son and my father cannot work due to old age. He is always worried for our livelihood and my younger sister’s marriage. In 2010, I joined in ROTA and Muslim Aid-funded Local Youth Group as a member and was informed of a training opportunity in the Muslim Aid Institute of Technology (MAIT). I completed the course in December 2010. After that, I set up a small shop at in my village market under the close supervision of my trade teacher. In the shop, I do computer typing, photograph printing, printing, scanning, memory loading, and computer application training. My monthly net income is now Tk. 8000 (US$ 115) per month. I am very grateful for Muslim Aid and ROTA’s help. My income is increasing day by day. My family members are happy and enjoying better livelihood now. Soon, I hope to start a company and employ MAIT trainees.” Mohammed Nurul Amin, Hajam Para, Cox’s Bizarre