Kubik (@kubik_suramerica)

Nada mejor que iniciar la semana compartiendo con los que amas, viendo tu serie favorita o en su defecto la novela . Lo importante es el tiempo de cálida en familia 💕
Ordena tu mueble giratorio y haz que tus momentos valgan oro 👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻
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Jessica - Mummy to a dragon 🐲 (@colourfulcrafts)

Do what you can today for a healthier tomorrow free from the diseases of ageing - that includes all cancers, Alzheimer's, heart disease etc... all of us know at least one person who has one of these illnesses. Stand up for healthy life #transhuman #proud #life #live #tomorrow #change #donate #sensfoundation #support #age #related #disease #charity #work #important #doit #now #brightertomorrow #athiest #science #love

s a r a 🌴 (@theblondehousewife)

With Halloween right around the corner, we're taking things very seriously 🐰

Rassnews (@rassnews)

Nigerians are one of the most resilient people I know. Their ability to wax stronger despite the numerous problems facing them is really applaudable. We have finally accepted that it’s impossible to have leaders who won’t misappropriate funds at one point or another. We have also accepted that unemployment is a citizen. Nigerians have given up on the dreams of uninterrupted power supply. It was a wonderful dream while it lasted though. In 1999, anybody that told Nigerians that by 2017, they will still be battling with less than 7 hours of electricity a day, would be called “prophet of doom”. I can go on and on, the list is unending but the point am trying to make is that Nigerians have swallowed every form of discomfort that bad governance has thrown at them from 1960 till date. One big indigestible discomfort bad leadership has thrown at Nigerians is “child labor”. Child labor is the subjection of a minor to hazardous jobs. It has become a norm in Nigeria that hawking is a job for minors. During my NYSC days, I have some students in my class who work in car wash, some do part time mechanic jobs, some even run back home to carry trays full of one edible or another to hawk on the streets after school. This is really an ugly and shameful occurrence. The main cause of child labor in Nigeria is poverty. Most parents who subject their kids to illegal labor are below the poverty line. Kids of the rich never go to the streets to labor, not even after they have attained adulthood. Whereas, their poor counterparts start contributing their own quota for the family well begin at an early age. Most of those kids end up being those “out of school kids” we see around the block during school hours. Another cause of child labor is “parental negligence”. It’s the right of every child to be protected and provided for but some parents don’t care about the basic needs and wants of their children.

Read more at www.rassnews.com
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Gidifeed (@gidifeed)

Josephine Manyoni, K. Budda Sai and Peter Mbithi are among dozens of people photographed by @martinschoeller and featured in the new @acumenorg campaign called #SeePeople, which aims to change how the world views poor people. They face issues such as lack of access to working toilets, high-quality maternal care they can afford and insufficient access to energy. The launch of the campaign, comprised of 50+ portraits of people who live on under $5 a day, coincides with #WorldPovertyDay. Photographs by @martinschoeller@acumenorg @time #family #fam #mom #dad #brother #sister #brothers #sisters #bro #sis #siblings #love #instagood #father #mother #related #fun #photooftheday #children #kids #gidifeed

Kris Nugroho (@nugroho3924)

Soekarjo family kumpul DI gresik
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