The Rasheda Trust
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> shows ups and downs of the Bangladeshi entrepreneur Rasheda Begum, who rose from nothing and holds her ground in a male dominated world. Back in the eighties, Rasheda's family lived in extreme poverty. The only cash income came from Rasheda's husband Ali, who worked for a pittance as a day labourer. When government officials came to the village and offered the first micro credits, Rasheda saw her chance. A success story, filmed in Bangladesh between 1993 and 2005 surprising and entertaining.
Jürg Neuenschwander for Container Film AG, Jürg Neuenschwander for Container TV, AG fur Film- und Fernsehproduktionen
Dharitri, Media and Communication
Involved TV Channel
Schweizer Fernsehen DRS
Heino Deckert for Deckert Distribution GmbH
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