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Tsimanea is 16 years old. Mining in Ilakaka with his mother, they work alone and dig only the pits of the nearby deserted mines. He never attended school for the lack of infrastructure in the town and the need to help support his family.

A mAdagascan boy panning for sapphires

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Lihee Avidan
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Tsimanea is 16 years old. Mining in Ilakaka with his mother, they work alone and dig only the pits of the nearby deserted mines. He never attended school for the lack of infrastructure in the town and the need to help support his family.
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