After bathing, a woman and a girl child collect murky water from the river. 

Being the most densely populated city in the world, Dhaka dumps thousands of gallons of raw sewage into rivers and other water bodies around the city, making them extremely polluted for human consumption and use. However, many poor migrants living on the outskirts of the city have little choice but to use them anyway.
 
Ayena Ghat on Buriganga river on the outskirts of Dhaka, the captial of Bangladesh. (image by Shehzad Noorani)
After bathing, a woman and a girl child collect murky water from the river. Being the most densely populated city in the world, Dhaka dumps thousands of gallons of raw sewage into rivers and other water bodies around the city, making them extremely polluted for human consumption and use. However, many poor migrants living on the outskirts of the city have little choice but to use them anyway. Ayena Ghat on Buriganga river on the outskirts of Dhaka, the captial of Bangladesh.
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