In the poorest slum areas around Manila, children as young as three spend their days sitting in soot and breathing in coal dust and toxic smoke as they help their families eke out a living making charcoal out of wood scavenged from rubbish dumps and construction sites. Joyce, a single mother in her 30s, has seven children aged from three...
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