She says her community had not been able to celebrate Ramadan and Eid twice over as they’d wish, thanks to lockdowns. And now there was a pressure to pull out the stops. “It’s the same as Christmas. People go into debt, they want to spend on their children,” Rifhat explains. “We want to give a good Eid, we want to give nice presents to our children and the families that we’re working with, they don’t have that.”


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