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Child labour in Myanmar by Aliece Alisha (22 images)

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In Myanmar, formerly Burma, children work. They build roads, make bricks, serve tea and alcohol, carry guns, and join their parents in forced labor. Myanmar, rich in natural resources, has an estimated per capita gross national income of only $220 USD a year. With inflation at 50% (2007) its people are forced to do whatever it takes to survive.

Child workers often fall into two categories: those that stay and those that leave home. Most of Myanmar's workforce is rural or labor...
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