Bangladesh is a relatively young country, having gained independence a little over 50 years ago. Despite its youth, however, the country has made exceptional strides in reducing poverty and boosting shared prosperity over the last five decades.
Sadia Afrin has her eyes squarely set on her dream job. Afrin, who lives in Bangladesh, is combining a passion for graphic design, cartoons, and information technology in the hopes of becoming a professional animator. Just one generation ago, this dream would have rested beyond the realm of possibility.
Growing up, her father was a migrant worker in Saudi Arabia and her mother was a stay-at-home parent.
“I first saw a computer and learned how to operate it at the Dhaka Mohila Polytechnic Institute,” she explains.
It was there that she first learned how cartoons could be created digitally.
“It is my dream to visit Japan one day and work in the field of animation,” she says.
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