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    • Photoreportag e of G.M.B.Akash
    • Drug addiction is a major social evil in Bangladesh, affecting thousands of young people and their families. There are thousands of addicted people in Bangladesh and most of them are young, between the ages of 18 and 30 from all walks of life. Drug addiction in young Bangladeshis is mainly seen because of reasons like depression. People try to remove depression using drugs as a tool. And this is how they become addicts. Drug users are taking drugs by sharing same needle with each other. Injecting drug users have few places to turn, and they are one of the groups most at risk of contracting and spreading HIV. Heroin is mostly smoked within aluminum foil or cigarette paper, but in Bangladesh this is injected. Injections through infected needles can cause diseases of the liver, brain, heart, lungs and spinal cord. Estimates of the number of people living with HIV/AIDS in Bangladesh range from 2,500 to 15,000 most of them are affected while taking drugs. A Heroin addict may need about Taka 500 worth of the drug a day. They neglects the needs of the family, and those are non-earning may sell off family assets. They also go out on the streets for mugging and dacoit.
    • Drogensucht ist ein großes soziales Übel in Bangladesch, von denen Tausende von jungen Menschen und ihre Familien betroffen sind. Es gibt Tausende von süchtigen Menschen in Bangladesch und die meisten von ihnen sind jung, im Alter zwischen 18 und 30 Jahren aus allen Bevölkerungsschichten. Ursache der Die Menschen versuchen, Depressionen mit Medikamenten zu bekämpfen. Und dies führt dann letztendlich in die Sucht. Drogenkonsumenten nehmen Drogen indem Sie dieselbe Nadel untereinander austauschen. Drogenkonsumenten haben wenige Treffpunkte und sie sind eine der Gruppen, die am stärksten von der Übertragung von HIV betroffen sind. Heroin wird meist innerhalb Aluminiumfolie oder Zigarettenpapier geraucht, aber in Bangladesh wird dieses gespritzt. Injektionen durch infizierte Nadeln verursachen Erkrankungen der Leber, des Gehirns, des Herzens, der Lunge und des Rückenmarks. Schätzungen über die Zahl der Menschen mit HIV / AIDS in Bangladesch liegen im Bereich von 2.500 bis 15.000 wovon die meisten von ihnen durch die Einnahme von Drogen infiziert wurden. Ein Heroin Süchtiger benötigt etwa 500 Taka (= 4,76 €)für seine Drogen pro Tag. Sie vernachlässigten die Bedürfnisse der Familie und da sie nicht arbeiten können, versetzen sie auch das Familienvermögen. Sie gehen auch auf die Straßen und begehen Überfälle.
    • A child drug users hurts him by cutting skins in out of depression
    • Drug users while their taking their drugs
    • Children as young as 10 years old are also experimenting with alcohol, phensidyl, Heroin, Baba, Ganja, pethedrine and other forms of available drugs.
    • Drug users are taking drugs knowing it harms them seriously.
    • Drug users often sleeps whole day. With heroin, they also took sleeping pills to sleep for two, three days.
    • Addicts are taking heroine inside hiding themselves in a pipe hole. Heroin is mostly smoked within aluminum foil or cigarette paper. A Heroin addict may need about Taka 500 worth of the drug a day.
    • Drug users are taking drugs by sharing same needle with each other. Injecting drug users have few places to turn, and they are one of the groups most at risk of contracting and spreading HIV.
    • Drug users are taking drugs knowing it harms them seriously. These youths take drugs due to unemployment, poverty and frustration, adverse family environment, easy access to drugs
    • A drug user is showing his drug pethedrine.
    • Rickshaw driver Mohammad Bashir has been addicted to heroin for most of the last 13 years. His habit cost him his job and put an enormous strain on his family. Like most addicts, he often uses shared needles. Police has caught him in the spot, members of his addict team has managed to fly. But police caught him, while he is continually requesting police to leave him in the word of his promise that he will not inject him any more with drugs.
    • A drug addict is preparing gaja.
    • Children as young as 10 years old are also experimenting with alcohol, phensidyl, Heroin, Baba, Ganja, pethedrine, and other forms of available drugs. For managing the money for drags these children spends all their earnings on drugs. Some time they beg whole day in the street and end of the day spends everything on it.
    • Used needles of drug users. NGO delivers new needles for drug users and convince them not to use same needle for injecting each other. Injecting drug users have few places to turn, and they are one of the groups most at risk of contracting and spreading HIV.