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Daily life on the streets of Rangoon where young children too often are forced to leave school and work to help makes ends meet and for families to survive. Burma, a resource rich nation, has become one of the poorest in the world with estimated more than 30% of the population living on or below the poverty line and where the ruling military regime spend less than 2% of GDP on education and healthcare combined.
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BURMA'S SHIFTING SANDS: WHAT LIES BENEATH
Daily life on the streets of Rangoon where young children too often are forced to leave school and work to help makes ends meet and for families to survive. Burma, a resource rich nation, has become one of the poorest in the world with estimated more than 30% of the population living on or below the poverty line and where the ruling military regime spend less than 2% of GDP on education and healthcare combined.