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									A PROJECT ON ICT INTERGRATION IN THE CLASSROOM
 Goal
 Understanding health issues of rickshaw
 Riders in Banani, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Objectives
-To analyze the evolution of human powered
  cycle rickshaws in Dhaka
-To study the effects of this job on health of the
  rider
SONY
Health issues on Rickshaw Driver-Riders view
Health issues on Rickshaw Driver-DOCTORS VIEW

 •   Diarrhea
 •   Chronic Backache   Rickshaw riding has an effect on the
 •                health
     Prone to accidents of the rider. This information is very
 •   Availability important to the users of this facility, the
                  of free medicine in
     Hospitals riders and the authorities. The users should
 •   Long queues in the hospital
                  acknowledge and
     taking much of their working support the riders fully. The
     time         riders should seek medical facilities on time.
 •   Lack of medicine
                  The authorities should avail medical facilities
 •   Expensive medical tests This is a wonderful service
                  for the riders.
 •   Chest problems
                  bound by culture with economical gains. It is
 •   Tuberculosis
                  time for all of us to act and sustain the
 •   Respiratory infection
     pneumonia rickshaw and its rider.
 •   Cold cough
 •   Appendicitis
 •   Some treatment require a lot of
     money e.g. plaster and surgical
                                     REFERENCES
Anwer, H. (2006. July, 17). Personal Interview, Rickshaw Rider, Uttara, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Dr. Shakeel (2006. July, 18). Personal interview. Tangi Gazipur Hospital, Junior Specialist.

Life begins awareness programs on drug, AIDS. (2006, January 28). The Bangladesh
     Observer. Retrieved 13th July 2006 from http://www.id21.org/health/index.html


Planet Ark (March 16, 2005). Bangladesh Rickshaw Drivers in Cycle of Despair. Dhaka,
     Bangladesh: Ahmed, A. Retrieved 13th July 2006 from
     www.planetark.org/dailynewsstory.cfm/newsid/29951/newsDate/16-Mar- 2005/story.htm


Sharifa, B. and Binayak, S. (2004). ‘Unsustainable livelihoods, health shocks and urban
     chronic poverty: Rickshaw pullers as a case study’, Programmed for Research on
     Chronic Poverty in Bangladesh, Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies.
     Retrieved 13th July 2006 from www.chronicpoverty.org/pdfs/46Begum_Sen.pdf


Rickshaw, Retrieved 13th July 2006 from http://www.wikipedia,the free encyclopedia.htm

Welcome do Dhaka City Corporation, Retrieved on 13th July 2006, from http://www.welcome to
   dhaka city corporation.html
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