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Afghan refugee children of brick factory アフガン難民の子どもたち

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Uploaded on Sep 3, 2009

This is a brickyard near Afghan refugee camp in Pakistan. Many families have children working here.
The children start working at 2 in the morning. They work until 2 p.m., when they take lunch and rest until 4 p.m. Then they must work another two hours, until 6 p.m. All together they work 14 hours a day. In one day a child can make about 2,000 bricks. The child gets 260 rupees, or about 4 dollars. This is just barely enough for a family to live on. And so everyday they have no choice but to return to the brickyard and continue making bricks.
パキスタンにあるアフガン難民キャンプの近郊にある煉瓦工場。ここでは多くの難民の子どもたちが働いています。
真夜中の2時から日干し煉瓦を作り始め、午後2時に昼食をとり、少し休んで午後4時から再び作り始め、夕方の6時まで働きます。労働時間は14時間。作る煉瓦は一日に二千個。その賃金は260ルピー、約4ドル。かろうじて生きていくことができる賃金です。だから、くる日もくる日も煉瓦を作り続ける毎日です。
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