Polio Victims In Nigeria Work To Escape Poverty
Credit: Chris Hondros
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Polio Victims In Nigeria Work To Escape Poverty Stock PhotoAdults Only,Barefoot,Building Exterior,Color Image,Conquering Adversity,Coworker,Day,Four People,Front View,Full Length,Group Of People,Horizontal,Looking Down,Metal Industry,Only Men,Outdoors,People,Photography,Polio,Welder,Welding,WorkingPhotographer Chris HondrosCollection: Photonica World KANO, NIGERIA - APRIL 7: Polio sufferer Sani Abdul Hadi works as a welder at the Polio Victims Association April 7, 2005 in Kano, Nigeria. International aid workers hoped to have polio eradicated off the face of the Earth by April 2005, the 50th anniversary of the approval of the polio vaccine. But recent efforts by some Nigerian Muslim leaders to stop Western inoculation programs have allowed polio to endure, creating new victims while hundreds of thousands of Nigerians suffer from Polio.