District 30 of Ouagadougou, one of the capital’s poorest neighborhoods, children dig and move dirt for making bricks and plastering...

District 30 of Ouagadougou, one of the capital’s poorest neighborhoods, children dig and move dirt for making bricks and plastering...

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District 30 of Ouagadougou, one of the capital’s poorest neighborhoods, children dig and move dirt for making bricks and plastering houses. In this area many children do not attend school, but participate in income-generating activities to help their families, Burkina Faso.

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Africa, Ouagadougou, Economics, Livelihoods, Income, Gold, Basic Needs, CIFOR, Children, Production, Cart, Household Expenditure, Burkina Faso, Horizontal, Community Forestry, Living Conditions, Small Businesses, Climate Change, Donkey, Household Income, Centre Region, BF.

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