Nidra lives with her parents in northern Bangladesh in the Naogaon district. They live in a one room hut made of bamboo, wood, and dry leaves. They get drinking water from a local well. Nidra’s family does not own any land of their own, rather her father is a daily laborer, earning a income by doing very hard labor in fields owned by other people. Nirda’s mother is a housewife. They are unable to earn enough income and they need help to afford an education for Nidra. At home Nidra helps with keeping their home clean.
An education is so important because it helps to break the cycle of poverty and give hope for a brighter future. Sponsorship provides children with an education, a school uniform and supplies, a warm meal, medical care, and they are lovingly taught the Word of God at the International Needs Naogaon Slum School in Bangladesh.