In Bangladesh, they are facing many problems. One of them is the water they have. It isn’t very clean, and not as accessible as it is here, in the United States. New research is coming in, and now they believe the water in springs all around Bangladesh is the best chance they have at receiving the consumable and healthy water. As technology grows, they will become more knowledgeable about the situation and sooner or later, Bangladeshis can have the access and luxury of clean water.
The language that is most commonly spoken in Bangladesh is Bengali. Over the last four years the poverty rate rose from 25% to 35%. 90% of the population in Bangladesh practices Islamism. They celebrate their independence day as well as, Language Movement day, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman’s Birth Anniversary, and many other Islamic holidays.
I chose to do Bangladesh because it has an interesting name and it was the first one I saw that caught my attention. I think I will learn about the history, religion, food and clothing.