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Sanawar Hossin

This is Sanawar Hossin, he is 48 years old . Hometown is Tangail. He is now staying at Rampura. The last 22/23 year’s he is driving Rikshawa, but he came to Dhaka 5/6 months ago. Including him his family has 5 members , all of them are staying in his village. This picture is taken […] Continue reading →

Bangladesh, Homeless

  These are (left) Rasheda, age 35, from Mymensingh she works as a maid.Right is Samena Khatun, she is 30 and also from, Mymensingh, now she is doing nothing because a few day’s ago she gave birth, she has to take care of her new born child. Her other son collects paper and bottle, etc […] Continue reading →


The increasing focus and commitment to the improvement of women’s grassroots football development, culminated with Slum Soccer’s first ever Women’s National Championships. The 3 day tournament at Slum Soccer’s center in Nagpur saw some amazing games and committed action which saw the two best teams in the tournament; the home side and the team representing […] Continue reading →

Changing the face of homelessness

Since the economic crisis in 2008 many individuals and families that were living close to the financial edge have found themselves with very difficult choices. Many have lost homes and have no choice but to live in their car or take refuge in shelters. With economic conditions showing sluggish recovery there is little money to support those in need. […] Continue reading →

“They just don’t want to work.”

"They just don't want to work." by Martijn Crowe “They just don’t want to work.” I still hear it said about homeless by many, in Europe, in South America, in Asia. In São Paulo you can see many homeless people on the street, collecting trash and pulling their carts through the town and traffic. When we went with them through the city we noticed […] Continue reading →

Homeless Curitiba

Homeless Curitiba by Martijn Crowe In Curitiba, south of Brasil where it is as rich or richer then Europe and the cold is overwhelming, we met this man sitting on the street. We gave him a cup of coffee, which he accepted. Photography by Martijn Crowe Continue reading →


Cambodia by Martijn Crowe We will be working with the many streetkids who are out on the streets here, selling stuff at night, children the age of 3. Here is a photo of a boy, looking at our son Sét eating his Krupuk. Photography by Martijn Crowe Continue reading →