Nupur Akter is a student of Class 3 in Abinta Kabir Foundation School. She has been a student in this school since January 2018. Nupur lives in Sayeed Nagar, Dhaka with her family of 5 members. Her mother is a garment worker and her father is a rickshaw puller. Unfortunately, her parents live in the village, while Nupur lives in the city. Her parents can’t bear the expenses of Nupur, and so she lives with her aunt and her grandmother. Her aunt was doing a job but, due to the pandemic, her work has stopped. She hopes that she will be able to join after this pandemic. To spend her day, Nupur studies and sometimes watches television. Other than that, she has nothing to do. Nupur and her family are barely managing 3 meals a day, but with limited ingredients. They rely a lot on the food packages from the school. They are trying to maintain social distancing in their community, which is tough because of so many people sharing a small community. Nupur feels bad because she is missing her teachers. She is doing the homework packs by herself. She is very afraid of the virus, and she feels helpless thinking that what if school never opens again. Nupur’s family is worried about the future. Her elderly grandmother is going through a lot of anxiety. Her school not opening anytime soon and the thought of a bleak future are giving them stress. Their biggest fear at this moment is this virus and how to survive through this. Nupur, who is usually very lively and portrays great leadership traits, is slowly losing her charms. She needs aid for their family to overcome the pandemic.