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Don Bosco school-hut in a slum
By ANS
Mumbai, Jan. 3. Vishakaptnam - State of Andra, India. In the Kacherapalem slum about 800 people live in 150 tents and huts. The shantytown has existed for 20 years and is located under a bridge near the railway. There are no toilets, no waste collection, no electricity in the houses - they use lamps or candles. Most adults recycle waste on the street, collecting plastic, glass, metal, cardboard, and sell small handicraft or fruit products. Children do not attend school because parents cannot afford it and prefer to let their children work. Read full text

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Sudikshit Roy Barma India
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January 15, 2018

Street children need protection from the evils of society, Don Bosco Institutions go a long way in this objective.

 

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