Nepal: the hard life of stonebreakers


They live and work in extreme conditions, they are not aware of their rights, and they have no notion of hygiene or of saving money. Often they waste the little money they have in alcohol and tobacco.

They live and work in extreme conditions, they are not aware of their rights, and they have no notion of hygiene or of saving money. Often they waste the little money they have in alcohol and tobacco.

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