Save the Children: Child war refuge, Child prostitute, Child worker, Contaminated drinking water, Child labour

October 08, 2010Filed under Print and Public Interest, NGO
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We must make this a thing of the past.
Child war refugee
Democratic Republic of the Congo c. 2009
It's frightening to think children today are still forced to work in factories, employed as prostitutes, or don't have access to clearn water. These are some of the many issues Save the Children is working to make obsolete. Don't miss our unique 'Make it a thing of past' exhibition at Southern Cross Station, corner of Collins and Spencer Streets, 3-12 July.

We must make this a thing of the past.
Child prostitute
Bangladesh c. 2009
It's frightening to think children today are still forced to work in factories, employed as prostitutes, or don't have access to clearn water. These are some of the many issues Save the Children is working to make obsolete. Don't miss our unique 'Make it a thing of past' exhibition at Southern Cross Station, corner of Collins and Spencer Streets, 3-12 July.

We must make this a thing of the past.
Child worker
Dhaka, Bangladesh c.2009
It's frightening to think children today are still forced to work in factories, employed as prostitutes, or don't have access to clearn water. These are some of the many issues Save the Children is working to make obsolete. Don't miss our unique 'Make it a thing of past' exhibition at Southern Cross Station, corner of Collins and Spencer Streets, 3-12 July.

We must make this a thing of the past.
Contaminated drinking water
Mandera, Northern Kenya c. 2009
It's frightening to think children today are still forced to work in factories, employed as prostitutes, or don't have access to clearn water. These are some of the many issues Save the Children is working to make obsolete. Don't miss our unique 'Make it a thing of past' exhibition at Southern Cross Station, corner of Collins and Spencer Streets, 3-12 July.

We must make this a thing of the past.
Child soldier
Democratic Republic of Congo c. 2009
It's frightening to think children today are still forced to work in factories, employed as prostitutes, or don't have access to clearn water. These are some of the many issues Save the Children is working to make obsolete. Don't miss our unique 'Make it a thing of past' exhibition at Southern Cross Station, corner of Collins and Spencer Streets, 3-12 July.

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