The children of the dump
The Jakarta Post
On the periphery: A child wanders through the area near his home in Bantar Gebang, Jakarta’s waste dump.For the scavenger children of Indonesia’s largest rubbish dump, building a career outside the place may be a life ambition harder won than for many others.
But that hasn’t stopped 11-year-old Bantar Gebang local Nurafidah, who spends her mornings in school and her afternoons sorting...
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