Habib Nuri has been a student of Class-4 in Abinta Kabir Foundation School since January 2018. She lives in Sayeednagar with her family of 4 members. Her mother is a shopkeeper and her father passed away many years back. Her mother, who arranged the small shop to sell tea and snacks, took the seed money partially as a loan from the school. Due to the pandemic, her shop had to stop selling. Right now, she has no source of income and the family has to rely on some past savings. To spend her day, Nuri studies, watches television, and helps with the household chores. Other than that, there isn’t much to do for her and her brothers. They are trying to maximize the use of the hygiene products that they received as donation from well-wishers of the school. For Nuri and her family, managing 3 meals a day for the 4 members is becoming increasingly difficult to arrange. They rely on food packages from the school, but that is also running out. Social distancing is difficult to do in their community where there are so many people squeezed into a small cluster of space. Nuri tries to avoid neighbors but it is inevitable that they cross paths. Nuri misses her school, teachers and peers very much. The biggest concern for her and her family is how to survive through this pandemic.