Robi is a very poor young woman. She is 25 years old, her father’s name is Rakib Ali and her mother’s name is Amena Khatun vill: Gozagona, Thainkhali,palongkhali, Ukhiya, Cox’sBazar. Robi is the youngest of three children in her family. Rubi’s father is a day laborer. Their lives go on in misery. Robi passed SSC in 2o16 after struggling for her life, Due to a lack of money, Robi did not have the opportunity to study. Due to a lack of money, Robi faced difficulty getting admission to the college.
Suddenly, her marriage was fixed by her family, Robi’s husband’s name is Sakhawat Hossain from Bogra and he was a drug addict person. But Robi’s family did not know that before. He would return home every night drunk and beat her. Robi requested him to give up alcohol. But her husband does not attention to Robi’s request. There was no end to Ruby’s torture and misery.
In the midst of this misery, Robi gave birth to a beautiful baby girl. Husbands and wives often quarrel over alcohol. Unable to bear his husband’s torture, he returned to her father’s home. Robi was pregnant at the time. The old father runs the whole family in misery. At that time Robi has no contact with her husband. After some days Robi’s second child was born. She became emotionally upset with her two children. Robi started working as a maid in someone else house. Now her father is ill. PHALS has already started work on the HARHCB project in her village. Robi became a member of CBO. She received a lot of training from PHALS. After the training, the PHALS authority decided to give financial support to Robi Akter. Robi received 23.OOO taka from PHALS for income-generating work, Robi Akhter bought three goats by this taka. Robi’s dream is to raise goats and he wants to grow up in the future. She has jumped into the battle of life in a new way. Now there is no sadness in her mind’. At present, she is rearing three goats with advanced technology. She is hopeful in the next three months; three goats will give birth.
Robi’s Feelings- “I have no more shortages and no problem educating my children. Now I am free from worries. I am forever grateful to PHALS for providing such humanitarian assistance.”