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Farah carries her shoes, bouncing along a kilometre dirt track and field in bare feet. She doesn’t want to ruin her only shoes.
Dawn has just broken in Ekin, a village in the Belu District, East Nusa Tenggara. The fiery sun has climbed over the horizon and ten-year-old Nurul is getting ready for school.
Asoka is a community leader and tries hard to get parents to support their children’s reading.
Agus was seven years old when he was dropped off at an orphanage in Bandung, Indonesia. Like most of the children there, his parents were still alive – they just couldn’t afford to keep him.