Popy, 8, clutches her stuffed bear while working at a dump in Chittagong, Bangladesh. She is one of the many child laborers profiled by photographer Md Shahnewaz Khan.
Another child worker, Delwar, collects scrap metals and plastic from the same dump. According to a UNICEF report from January 2014, 5.6 million of Bangladesh's 26 million children were not in school.
Children work at a brickyard in Chittagong.
Shakil, 12, is covered with aluminum substance from the factory he works in.
Young brickyard workers eat lunch in Chittagong.
Shafik, 11, is beaten by his master, Khan said, at a brickyard in Chittagong. The child was accused of playing when he was supposed to be working.
Daily life at the Anandabazar dump in Chittagong.
A child works at an aluminum factory in Chittagong.
Shafik works above a pile of burning bricks in the brickyard.
Khan began documenting child workers in Bangladesh four years ago. "I believe photography is such a great option for telling the truth to change the world," he said.
Poli, 6, works at a home in Chittagong.