Bangladeshi Rickshaw Driver Builds Hospital After Saving For 30 Years

Posted on February 20, 2012


Most doctors live and work in the cities in Bangladesh. A long distance away for ailing villagers. One villager who works as rickshaw driver and earns only six dollars a day saved for 30 years and  has now built a hospital to change this. Al Jazeera’s Nicolas Haque reports from Tanhashadia, Bangladesh. 300 people visit the hospital everyday.

True believers are those whose hearts tremble with awe when God is mentioned, whose faith increases when His Revelations are recited to them, who put their trust in their Lord,

Who keep up the prayer and give to others out of what we provide for them.

 Those are the ones who truly believe. They have high standing with their Lord, forgiveness and generous provision.”  [Qur’an: Al Anfal, surah 8, verses 2-4)

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