A TRAGÉDIA DO
Set 28, 2013 by
Suvra Kanti Das
Mariyam, de 30 anos, posa para um retrato em sua casa, em Savar, perto de Dhaka. Ela trabalhava no 6º andar do Rana Plaza e o seu braço direito foi amputado após o acidente de 24 de Abril de 2013.
Bangladeshi garment worker Mariyam, 30, who worked on the 6th floor of Rana Plaza, poses for portrait at her home, in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh. Mariyam had her right arm amputated to free her from the rubble when she was rescued nearly 72 hours after the building collapsed.
No dia 24 de Abril de 2013, em Savar,
nos arredores de Dhaka, o desabamento de
um edifício onde funcionavam várias
fábricas de confecções provocou mais de
mil mortos e vários milhares de feridos.
A tragédia provocou uma onda de
indignação em todo o mundo por causa das
miseráveis condições de trabalho a que
estavam sujeitas as vítimas. O eterno
problema dos baixos salários (entre 30 e
40 euros por mês) destes trabalhadores,
que sustentam parte da economia dos
países desenvolvidos, veio agravar a
polémica à vomprem
muitos casos funcionam clandestinamente
Eight stored building collapse at Shavar, Dhaka. The Rana Plaza that has four garments, a bank, and commercial shops including electronics, clothes, collapsed in the morning around 8.30 AM, hour after garment workers were forced to join work at 24th April 2013. Many hundreds died and thousands of people severally injured in the collapse.
It was working hour for the garments and in that time in each floor there is more than 500 garments worker working. Fire Brigade and Civil Defence’s Director General Brig Gen Ali Ahmed Khan said It is not clear how many people were inside the building when it grounded, but estimates suggest around 6,000 workers work in the four garment factories alone. Four army teams have joined the police, RAB, firefighters and the locals in expediting the rescue work...
Savar, Dhaka: o local do acidente de 24 de Abril de 2013.
Shavar, Dhaka: The Ground Zero.
Corpos de trabalhadores são resgatados entre os escombros do Rana Plaza.
Bodies of garments workers are seen among the rubble in the Rana Plaza building which collapsed.
Roupa com a etiqueta Joe Fresh entre os escombros do Rana Plaza.
Clothing bearing a label that reads Joe Fresh from around the devastated area of the collapsed Rana Plaza building.
Rikta, que perdeu o seu braço direito, está a ser equipada com um braço artificial.
Rikta who lost her right arm at the Savar building collapse is being fitted with an artificial arm. Rikta had her right arm amputated inside the rubble when she was rescued nearly 72 hours after the building collapsed.
Pakhi, de 25 anos, na sua cama no Enam Medical College, em Savar, perto de Dhaka. Pakhi trabalhava no 5º andar do Rana Plaza e
foram-lhe amputadas as duas pernas.
Bangladeshi garment worker Pakhi, 25, who worked on the 5th floor of Rana Plaza, in her bed at Enam Medical College, in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh. Pakhi had both her legs amputated to free her from the rubble when she was rescued nearly 72 hours after the building collapsed.
Pakhi faz a sua maquiagem no Enam Medical College. Pakhi doing her makeup at Enam Medical College, in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh.
A perna artificial de Aroti. Aroti, de 16 anos, trabalhava no 5º andar do Rana Plaza.
Aroti with an artificial leg. Aroti, 16, who worked on the 5th floor of Rana Plaza. Aroti had her right leg amputated in hospital when she was rescued from the rubble nearly 72 hours after the building collapsed.
Uma mulher chora pelo seu marido morto.
A woman mourn for her dead husband.
Uma mãe mostra a fotografia da sua filha em frente do edifício que desabou.
Mother holds her daughter's picture in front of the collapsed building.
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