His name is Khan Anisur Rahman. And he feels responsible. Responsible for those who have not the same access and support to education as others. Responsible for social inequalities in his home country. And especially responsible for children who are not able to go to school and learn how to read and write, because they’re involved in hard labor to support their families.
That’s why Khan Rahman, back in 2013, moved to Bangladesh and established JANA education. An organization which fights against these inequalities by building schools and creating measures to further the elimination of child labor. His strategy of reducing the high drop-out quotes by children of elementary school age, lead many children to a better future. Khan Rahman’s engagement holds valuable lessons for every one of us. As a matter of fact, we all should feel responsible.