Brishkae is ten years old and works a grueling 16 hours in the carpet making factory. Many of her friends in the factory who work with her are just as old and some are even younger than her. She earns enough money to give to her parents, both of whom do not have jobs. She doesn’t go to school, and has only seen schoolhouses from the outside. She is not alone among the 1.6 million children like her in a country that has been described as one of the worst places for children in the world.