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Brick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. India© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Brick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. India© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Brick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. India© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Brick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. India© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Brick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. India© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Brick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. India© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Brick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. India© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Brick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. India© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Brick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. India© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Brick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. India© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Brick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. India© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Brick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. IndiaBrick factory where families are making bricks with clay before drying them under the sun and in oven using straws. There is about 25 millions people (men, women, kids) working in the 100 000 bricks factories in India. Rajasthan. India© Antoine Lorgnier / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Hmong girl carrying firewood - LaosHmong girl carrying firewood - LaosHmong girl carrying firewood - Laos© Jean-François Mutzig / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Boy holding a hammer Mondulkiri Cambodia Boy holding a hammer Mondulkiri Cambodia Boy holding a hammer Mondulkiri Cambodia © Jean-François Mutzig / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Boy holding a hammer Mondulkiri Cambodia 

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Boy in a brick CambodiaBoy in a brick CambodiaBoy in a brick Cambodia© Jean-François Mutzig / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Boy in a brick Cambodia

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Girl carrying products recovery Cambodia Girl carrying products recovery Cambodia Girl carrying products recovery Cambodia © Jean-François Mutzig / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Girl carrying products recovery Cambodia 

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Child preparing peppers before drying CambodiaChild preparing peppers before drying CambodiaChild preparing peppers before drying Cambodia© Jean-François Mutzig / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Child working in a crocodile enclosure CambodiaChild working in a crocodile enclosure CambodiaChild working in a crocodile enclosure Cambodia© Jean-François Mutzig / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Boy wearing straw after harvest rice Cambodia   ; Dry straw swath windrows before being gathered into sheaves by children to be piled on one wheel  Boy wearing straw after harvest rice Cambodia  Boy wearing straw after harvest rice Cambodia  ; Dry straw swath windrows before being gathered into sheaves by children to be piled on one wheel  © Claudius Thiriet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Boy wearing straw after harvest rice Cambodia  ; Dry straw

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Boy wearing straw after harvest rice Cambodia   ; Dry straw swath windrows before being gathered into sheaves by children to be piled on one wheel  Boy wearing straw after harvest rice Cambodia  Boy wearing straw after harvest rice Cambodia  ; Dry straw swath windrows before being gathered into sheaves by children to be piled on one wheel  © Claudius Thiriet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Boy wearing straw after harvest rice Cambodia  ; Dry straw

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Manufactures clay bricks north of Phnom Penh CambodiaManufactures clay bricks north of Phnom Penh CambodiaManufactures clay bricks north of Phnom Penh Cambodia© Claudius Thiriet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Manufactures clay bricks north of Phnom Penh CambodiaManufactures clay bricks north of Phnom Penh CambodiaManufactures clay bricks north of Phnom Penh Cambodia© Claudius Thiriet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Manufactures clay bricks north of Phnom Penh CambodiaManufactures clay bricks north of Phnom Penh CambodiaManufactures clay bricks north of Phnom Penh Cambodia© Claudius Thiriet / BiosphotoJPG - RMNon exclusive sale

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Preparation of red peppers before drying CambodiaPreparation of red peppers before drying CambodiaPreparation of red peppers before drying Cambodia© Jean-François Mutzig / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Children returning from picking up the flowers of LotusChildren returning from picking up the flowers of LotusChildren returning from picking up the flowers of Lotus© Antoine Boureau / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Young girl in a clothes shop Burma  ; Age of child 8 years<br><br>Longyi clothing or Sarong Young girl in a clothes shop Burma Young girl in a clothes shop Burma  ; Age of child 8 years

Longyi clothing or Sarong 
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Young girl in a clothes shop Burma  ; Age of child 8

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Children carrying buckets of water MadagascarChildren carrying buckets of water MadagascarChildren carrying buckets of water Madagascar© Nicolas Cegalerba / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Children carrying buckets of water MadagascarChildren carrying buckets of water MadagascarChildren carrying buckets of water Madagascar© Nicolas Cegalerba / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Boy carrying water containers Ethiopian Highlands Boy carrying water containers Ethiopian Highlands Boy carrying water containers Ethiopian Highlands © Jean-Luc & Françoise Ziegler / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Child on a ship-breaking yard in Bangladesh ; Child labor is common on demolition sites. Some are used to remove the mud, others attending the 'cutters' metal plates, or are 'cutters' themselves. Young Power and Social Action (YPSA), a local NGO, conducted a study in 2003 which showed that over 10% of workers under 18 (and 40% are between 18 and 22 years).<br>On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Child on a ship-breaking yard in BangladeshChild on a ship-breaking yard in Bangladesh ; Child labor is common on demolition sites. Some are used to remove the mud, others attending the 'cutters' metal plates, or are 'cutters' themselves. Young Power and Social Action (YPSA), a local NGO, conducted a study in 2003 which showed that over 10% of workers under 18 (and 40% are between 18 and 22 years).
On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.
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Child on a shipbreaking yard Bangladesh ; Child labor is common on demolition sites. Some are used to remove the mud, others attending the 'cutters' metal plates, or are 'cutters' themselves. Young Power and Social Action (YPSA), a local NGO, conducted a study in 2003 which showed that over 10% of workers under 18 (and 40% are between 18 and 22 years).<br>On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Child on a shipbreaking yard BangladeshChild on a shipbreaking yard Bangladesh ; Child labor is common on demolition sites. Some are used to remove the mud, others attending the 'cutters' metal plates, or are 'cutters' themselves. Young Power and Social Action (YPSA), a local NGO, conducted a study in 2003 which showed that over 10% of workers under 18 (and 40% are between 18 and 22 years).
On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.
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Child on a shipbreaking yard Bangladesh ; Child labor is common

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Child on a shipbreaking yard Bangladesh ; Child labor is common on demolition sites. Some are used to remove the mud, others attending the 'cutters' metal plates, or are 'cutters' themselves. Young Power and Social Action (YPSA), a local NGO, conducted a study in 2003 which showed that over 10% of workers under 18 (and 40% are between 18 and 22 years).<br>On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Child on a shipbreaking yard BangladeshChild on a shipbreaking yard Bangladesh ; Child labor is common on demolition sites. Some are used to remove the mud, others attending the 'cutters' metal plates, or are 'cutters' themselves. Young Power and Social Action (YPSA), a local NGO, conducted a study in 2003 which showed that over 10% of workers under 18 (and 40% are between 18 and 22 years).
On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.
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Child on a shipbreaking yard Bangladesh ; Child labor is common

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Worker on a ship breaking yards in Bangladesh ; On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Worker on a ship breaking yards in BangladeshWorker on a ship breaking yards in Bangladesh ; On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels. The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.© Pierre Torset / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Child labor on a ship-breaking yard Bangladesh ; Child labor is common on demolition sites. Some are used to remove the mud, others attending the cutters metal plates, or are cutters themselves. Young Power and Social Action (YPSA), a local NGO, conducted a study in 2003 which showed that over 10% of workers under 18 (and 40% are between 18 and 22 years). On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels (shipbreaking yards). The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.Child labor on a ship-breaking yard BangladeshChild labor on a ship-breaking yard Bangladesh ; Child labor is common on demolition sites. Some are used to remove the mud, others attending the cutters metal plates, or are cutters themselves. Young Power and Social Action (YPSA), a local NGO, conducted a study in 2003 which showed that over 10% of workers under 18 (and 40% are between 18 and 22 years). On the shores of Bay of Bengal in the south-eastern Bangladesh, near Chittagong, are the demolition of vessels (shipbreaking yards). The industry is controversial once considered delicate and specialized, concentrated in developed countries, it was moved in the 1980s on the coast of Pakistan, India and Bangladesh, to minimize costs. The positive economic and environmental impact of the recycling industry is controversial because offset by violations of human rights and labor and environmental pollution. This industry is the deadliest in the world.© Pierre Torset / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Smiling boy turning the crank of a sieve India Smiling boy turning the crank of a sieve India Smiling boy turning the crank of a sieve India © Antoine Boureau / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Smiling boy turning the crank of a sieve India 

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Girl carrying firewood on their heads Bali IndonesiaGirl carrying firewood on their heads Bali IndonesiaGirl carrying firewood on their heads Bali Indonesia© Antoine Boureau / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Boy harvest rice in a rice Sumatra Samosir IslandBoy harvest rice in a rice Sumatra Samosir IslandBoy harvest rice in a rice Sumatra Samosir Island© Antoine Boureau / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Boy and horse herd Lete Kalopani Nepal HimalayasBoy and horse herd Lete Kalopani Nepal HimalayasBoy and horse herd Lete Kalopani Nepal Himalayas© Antoine Boureau / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Boy and horse herd Lete Kalopani Nepal Himalayas

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Boy carrying a heavy load Nepal Himalayas Boy carrying a heavy load Nepal Himalayas Boy carrying a heavy load Nepal Himalayas © Antoine Boureau / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Boy selling cakes Station Gaya Bodhgaya Bihar IndiaBoy selling cakes Station Gaya Bodhgaya Bihar IndiaBoy selling cakes Station Gaya Bodhgaya Bihar India© Antoine Boureau / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Child recovering waste in CambodiaChild recovering waste in CambodiaChild recovering waste in Cambodia© Jean-François Mutzig / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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Child recovering waste in Cambodia

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Harvesting of Cassava in Cambodia ; Cup cassava Harvesting of Cassava in CambodiaHarvesting of Cassava in Cambodia ; Cup cassava © Jean-François Mutzig / BiosphotoJPG - RM

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