Mwai Kibaki's state funeral, in pictures from this article.
#Kenya honors former President Kibaki with state funeral | The Independent
@Aman9das in Kenya it's the same poverty plays some role, although education has delivered most poor people from poverty, sometimes it gets parents to choose basic needs over education, in Kenya unfortunately we have children labourers!
@JonathanMBR if voluntarily to help parents, then its good. My dad did like that in vacations, clean garden or collect firewood.. i collected wood to create a pyre for a ceremony (holika dahan), and earned a little in donations, but not at all due to finantial needs. Im very grateful to be relatively well off
@Aman9das yes helping parents is a must, that's children here helps parents in their work is very normal, that's we worked and still children work without pay to help their parents. There this work you go to work motivated by money to buy something like doughnuts, shoes and clothes, plenty of them for children because child labour is cheaper and they are easy to manipulate.
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