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Children of the Dust. Lugging bricks, inhaling clay dust, India’s untouchable boys trade their health for pittance in primitive brickyards. With no future besides work, they are victims of a society too poor to enforce child labour laws. by Eric Valli

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" Soup " by yves b on - Népal

The Livesay family are missionaries in Haiti making a difference. One of them is quite the photographer.

Jesus, lover of my soul Photo by Brandy Metzger This photo, featured in National Geographic, draws attention to the hands as a symbol of praise. This stance is one of worship that crosses cultural borders-something churches should be exploring.

First snow coming . Nepal Take note my children!

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PHOTO: Young Syrian boy, homeless and orphaned by a war fought for his future freedom. May peace and freedom come soon for these people.

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Girl carrying her brother - Nepal

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Lost her family. The innocent pay the price in Syria. Children pay with their lives. O Allah

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Stop child labor! June 12 - World Day Against Child Labour. There are 215 million in the world, children are forced to work to survive, often in the worst forms of exploitation. Save the kids 👍🏽🌅🌅🌴 Save The Children, Poor Children, Working With Children, We Are The World, People Of The World, Precious Children, Beautiful Children, Mundo Cruel, India For Kids

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At one of the construction sites that I visited in the suburbs of Mumbai, a building construction work was going on at full speed. Lots of poor laborers were hired and were working there from morni…

‬‏Niños del polvo negro by Shehzad Noorani

Is there really a need for children being homeless and hungry? Our western children live lives of such privilege. more than enough to eat, someone to turn to when they're sad, owning things, being safe. This little one makes me sad.

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