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Hi Bremley, Thanks for sharing your work. I have gone through the link. This is very interesting. In a country like ours, human right is seriously suppressed even outside jail. Turkey - having some similarities with us has allowed you to work for people in Jail. This is really great. The jail authority in Bangladesh may not be so open. I went to Los Angeles few years back. My brother in-law works for mentoring people in jail. He told me that there are plenty of scope to help the prisoners so that they can come back to their normal life. He told me that he found some foreigners too who needed help. You have targeted mother and the children. For me addressing the problem of children is more important as for no fault of them, they are in jail and having a life which is not normal. Your approach to help developing capacity of the women or mother to earn livelihood from different income generating activities is highly appreciating. When she will be out of jail, she goes back with skill. I consider this as right approach.