Children Juggle Scavenging With School At Jakarta Landfill Site
JAKARTA, INDONESIA - JANUARY 27: Eight-year-old Basir (R), helps his sister Ning (L) to climb the mountain of rubbish where they will collect plastic, at the Bantar Gebang landfill site, one of Jakarta's biggest dump sites, on January 27, 2010 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Children who live and work at the landfill site are schooled by day before going to help their parents scavange and sell their finds after classes are over. Around 6,000 metric tons of garbage are dumped daily at the landfill site, and can contiue to be following the renewal of the site's contract last year for a further 20 years. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)
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