A lovely eight years old slum girl, Moushumi Kazi, is studying at the Shurovi School in class/grade 1st.
Jamal Kazi, a forty years old man, is her father. He is working for a private firm. Thirty two years old Minu Akter, her Mother, works as a housekeeper. Moushumi has four siblings. Three sisters and one brother. Rubi Kazi, her eldest sister is a garment worker.
The total family income is about USD 218 per month. They reside in a room of a tin shed house. Rainwater drips on the bed during the monsoon. They sleep both on a bed and on the floor. Eleven families have to share a single toilet. Itís a big problem for her, especially in the morning. They need to change this house for better facilities. She has no table for her study.
Moushumi wants to be a doctor. She likes to study her class text books. She is doing well in her exams. She came first in the last annual exam. Dancing to music is her hobby. Telling lies she dislikes most.
Her parents hope that if Moshumi can receive a little financial afford from any source, it could be a great help for her study and to fulfill her aim in life.†