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Zimbabwe: December 11, 2007. Inside The Great Enclosure, part of The Great Zimbabwe Ruins, which is one of the most important archaeological sites in Africa and a UNESCO World Heritage site. ©Majority World/ The Image Works
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Zimbabwe: December 11, 2007. Inside The Great Enclosure, part of The Great Zimbabwe Ruins, which is one of the most important archaeological sites in Africa and a UNESCO World Heritage site. ©Majority World/ The Image Works
A man performs as a clown, at a circus, in Dhamrai, Dhaka, Bangladesh. July 11, 2008.  ©K. M. Asad / Drik / Majority World / The Image Works
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A man performs as a clown, at a circus, in Dhamrai, Dhaka, Bangladesh. July 11, 2008. ©K. M. Asad / Drik / Majority World / The Image Works
Front view of the "International Magic Circus", a poor circus travelling company, in Villa El Salvador, Lima (Perú). Half the performers of the circus are children between 10 and 16 years old, most of them sons and daughters of veteran circus performers. The company travels all across Perú finding slums or small villages to set up their shows.  © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
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Front view of the "International Magic Circus", a poor circus travelling company, in Villa El Salvador, Lima (Perú). Half the performers of the circus are children between 10 and 16 years old, most of them sons and daughters of veteran circus performers. The company travels all across Perú finding slums or small villages to set up their shows. © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
Jean Paul (10 years old) most known as "Pinky Finger" dresses up with his clown outfit inside a tent at the "Merry Circus", a small peruvian circus travelling company, in Manchay, Lima, Perú. Born in Ecuador, Pinky Finger can cash $350 per week between guest appearances in tv programmes and in different circus companies. All of his work earnings go to his family to which he has become the main financial income. He doesn't want to study and dreams about working at the Cirque du Soleil....  © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
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Jean Paul (10 years old) most known as "Pinky Finger" dresses up with his clown outfit inside a tent at the "Merry Circus", a small peruvian circus travelling company, in Manchay, Lima, Perú. Born in Ecuador, Pinky Finger can cash $350 per week between guest appearances in tv programmes and in different circus companies. All of his work earnings go to his family to which he has become the main financial income. He doesn't want to study and dreams about working at the Cirque du Soleil.... © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
Jean Paul (10 years old) most known as "Pinky Finger" performs at the "Merry Circus", a small peruvian circus travelling company, in Manchay, Lima (Perú). Born in Ecuador, Pinky Finger can cash $350 per week between guest appearances in tv programmes and in different circus companies. All of his work earnings go to his family to which he has become the main financial income. He doesn't want to study and dreams about working at the Cirque du Soleil.  © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
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Jean Paul (10 years old) most known as "Pinky Finger" performs at the "Merry Circus", a small peruvian circus travelling company, in Manchay, Lima (Perú). Born in Ecuador, Pinky Finger can cash $350 per week between guest appearances in tv programmes and in different circus companies. All of his work earnings go to his family to which he has become the main financial income. He doesn't want to study and dreams about working at the Cirque du Soleil. © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
James (10 years old) performs as the "Incredible Mini-Spider Man" at the "Merry Circus", a poor circus travelling company, in Manchay, Lima (Perú). James work is paid only with tips because he is still a minor. All of his work earnings go to his family. Even though he is already ten years old he doesn't know how to read.The company is run by his parents and is composed by all of his brothers and sisters. All of them are circus performers.  © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
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James (10 years old) performs as the "Incredible Mini-Spider Man" at the "Merry Circus", a poor circus travelling company, in Manchay, Lima (Perú). James work is paid only with tips because he is still a minor. All of his work earnings go to his family. Even though he is already ten years old he doesn't know how to read.The company is run by his parents and is composed by all of his brothers and sisters. All of them are circus performers. © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
Adrian Castañeda (16) set his clown makeup inside a tent at the "International Magic Circus", a poor circus travelling company, in Villa El Salvador, Lima (Perú). A child worker since he was 7 years old, Adrián gets paid $5 dollars for each show and travels along the capital city of Lima with many different circus companies. Prior to his work as a circus performer he had several jobs including construction worker and egg seller. He lives by his own and hasn't finished school..  © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
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Adrian Castañeda (16) set his clown makeup inside a tent at the "International Magic Circus", a poor circus travelling company, in Villa El Salvador, Lima (Perú). A child worker since he was 7 years old, Adrián gets paid $5 dollars for each show and travels along the capital city of Lima with many different circus companies. Prior to his work as a circus performer he had several jobs including construction worker and egg seller. He lives by his own and hasn't finished school.. © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
Adrian Castañeda (16) applies lipstick to set his clown makeup at the backyard of "Linda's Circus", a small circus travelling company, in Manchay, Lima (Perú). A child worker since he was 7 years old, Adrián gets paid $5 dollars for each show and travels along the capital city of Lima with many different circus companies. Prior to his work as a circus performer he had several jobs including construction worker and egg seller. He lives by his own and hasn't finished school...  © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
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Adrian Castañeda (16) applies lipstick to set his clown makeup at the backyard of "Linda's Circus", a small circus travelling company, in Manchay, Lima (Perú). A child worker since he was 7 years old, Adrián gets paid $5 dollars for each show and travels along the capital city of Lima with many different circus companies. Prior to his work as a circus performer he had several jobs including construction worker and egg seller. He lives by his own and hasn't finished school... © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
Yashury (16 years old) performs at the "Merry Circus", a small peruvian circus travelling company, in Manchay, Lima (Perú). Born in Ecuador, Yashury is the 4th generation of a family of circus performers. All of her work earnings go to her family to which she has become a sustantial financial income. She is about to finish high school and would like to study social communications.  © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
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Yashury (16 years old) performs at the "Merry Circus", a small peruvian circus travelling company, in Manchay, Lima (Perú). Born in Ecuador, Yashury is the 4th generation of a family of circus performers. All of her work earnings go to her family to which she has become a sustantial financial income. She is about to finish high school and would like to study social communications. © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
Adrian Castañeda (16) performs as a fire eater at the "International Magic Circus", a poor circus travelling company, in Villa El Salvador, Lima (Perú). A child worker since he was 7 years old, Adrián gets paid $5 dollars for each show and travels along the capital city of Lima with many different circus companies. Prior to his work as a circus performer he had several jobs including construction worker and egg seller. He lives by his own and hasn't finished school..  © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
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Adrian Castañeda (16) performs as a fire eater at the "International Magic Circus", a poor circus travelling company, in Villa El Salvador, Lima (Perú). A child worker since he was 7 years old, Adrián gets paid $5 dollars for each show and travels along the capital city of Lima with many different circus companies. Prior to his work as a circus performer he had several jobs including construction worker and egg seller. He lives by his own and hasn't finished school.. © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
Yashury (16 years old) rehearses her performance with her mother, Elisa, at the "Merry Circus", a small peruvian circus travelling company, in Manchay, Lima (Perú). Born in Ecuador, Yashury is the 4th generation of a family of circus performers. All of her work earnings go to her family to which she has become a sustantial financial income. She is about to finish high school and would like to study social communications.  © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
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Yashury (16 years old) rehearses her performance with her mother, Elisa, at the "Merry Circus", a small peruvian circus travelling company, in Manchay, Lima (Perú). Born in Ecuador, Yashury is the 4th generation of a family of circus performers. All of her work earnings go to her family to which she has become a sustantial financial income. She is about to finish high school and would like to study social communications. © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
Piero (11 years old) applies lipstick to set his clown makeup inside his tent at the "Merry Circus", a poor circus travelling company, in Manchay, Lima (Perú). A circus performer since he was 6 years old, Piero's work is paid only with tips because he is still a minor. All of his work earnings go directly to his family. The company is run by his parents and is composed by all of his brothers and sisters. All of them are performers.  © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
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Piero (11 years old) applies lipstick to set his clown makeup inside his tent at the "Merry Circus", a poor circus travelling company, in Manchay, Lima (Perú). A circus performer since he was 6 years old, Piero's work is paid only with tips because he is still a minor. All of his work earnings go directly to his family. The company is run by his parents and is composed by all of his brothers and sisters. All of them are performers. © Paco Chuquiure / Majority World / The Image Works
An old man stands and gazes back in the northern parts of Pakistan.  © Khaula Jamil / Majority World / The Image Works
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An old man stands and gazes back in the northern parts of Pakistan. © Khaula Jamil / Majority World / The Image Works
Life after a devestating earthquake in Bhaktapur Durbar Square, in Kathmandu valley, which is a  UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing atleast 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. April 30, 2015.  © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
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Life after a devestating earthquake in Bhaktapur Durbar Square, in Kathmandu valley, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing atleast 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. April 30, 2015. © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
Life after the earthquake, in the village of Shanku, Kathmandu. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing atleast 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. May 1, 2015.  © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
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Life after the earthquake, in the village of Shanku, Kathmandu. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing atleast 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. May 1, 2015. © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
A woman washes dishes at the temporary shelter center in Maidan, Kathmandu, after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015. Kathmandu, Nepal. May 1, 2015.  © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
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A woman washes dishes at the temporary shelter center in Maidan, Kathmandu, after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015. Kathmandu, Nepal. May 1, 2015. © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
Life after the earthquake. Elderly woman expresses Pranam (Hindu way of greeting) at an Old People's Home, in Panchadeval, Pashupatinath, Kathmandu. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing at least 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. May 2, 2015.  © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
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Life after the earthquake. Elderly woman expresses Pranam (Hindu way of greeting) at an Old People's Home, in Panchadeval, Pashupatinath, Kathmandu. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing at least 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. May 2, 2015. © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
Life after the earthquake. Elderly woman at an Old People's Home, in Panchadeval, Pashupatinath, Kathmandu. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing at least 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. May 2, 2015.  © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
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Life after the earthquake. Elderly woman at an Old People's Home, in Panchadeval, Pashupatinath, Kathmandu. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing at least 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. May 2, 2015. © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
Life after the earthquake. A man feeds pigeons in Panchadeval, Pashupatinath, Kathmandu. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing at least 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. May 2, 2015.  © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
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Life after the earthquake. A man feeds pigeons in Panchadeval, Pashupatinath, Kathmandu. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing at least 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. May 2, 2015. © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
Elderly men at Aryaghat, in Pashupatinath Temple complex, in Kathmandu. The Temple complex has been badly affected in the 7.8 magnitude earthquake, that hit Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing around 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. April 30, 2015.  © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
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Elderly men at Aryaghat, in Pashupatinath Temple complex, in Kathmandu. The Temple complex has been badly affected in the 7.8 magnitude earthquake, that hit Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing around 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. April 30, 2015. © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
People took shelter at a temple in Pashupatinath Temple Complex, after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake, that hit Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing around 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. April 30, 2015.  © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
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People took shelter at a temple in Pashupatinath Temple Complex, after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake, that hit Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing around 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. April 30, 2015. © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
A man sits over the rubble of his home, fell during the 7.8 magnitude earthquake, that shook Nepal at 11:56 am on 25th April, 2015. Bhaktapur Durbar Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in Kathmandu valley, Nepal. The death toll is around 7000. April 30, 2015.  © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
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A man sits over the rubble of his home, fell during the 7.8 magnitude earthquake, that shook Nepal at 11:56 am on 25th April, 2015. Bhaktapur Durbar Square, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in Kathmandu valley, Nepal. The death toll is around 7000. April 30, 2015. © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
An elderly woman with her grandchild opens the padlock of her home, in earthquake affected Bhaktapur Durbar Square, in Kathmandu valley, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The devastating earthquake hit Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing at least 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. April 30, 2015.  © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
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An elderly woman with her grandchild opens the padlock of her home, in earthquake affected Bhaktapur Durbar Square, in Kathmandu valley, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The devastating earthquake hit Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing at least 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. April 30, 2015. © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
An elderly man feeds monkeys, at the Pashupatinath Temple complex, in Kathmandu. The Temple complex has been badly affected in the 7.8 magnitude earthquake, that hit Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing around 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. April 30, 2015.  © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
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An elderly man feeds monkeys, at the Pashupatinath Temple complex, in Kathmandu. The Temple complex has been badly affected in the 7.8 magnitude earthquake, that hit Nepal at 11:56 am, on 25th April, 2015, killing around 7000 people. Kathmandu, Nepal. April 30, 2015. © Tapash Paul / Majority World / The Image Works
A little girl with some skin issues smiles at the camera near Lake Lulusar in the cold Nothern region of Pakistan.  © Khaula Jamil / Majority World / The Image Works
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A little girl with some skin issues smiles at the camera near Lake Lulusar in the cold Nothern region of Pakistan. © Khaula Jamil / Majority World / The Image Works

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