BRICK FACTORY, INDIA. Haryana State. Large amounts of topsoil is used to make bricks. Wood or coal are used to fire them.   CDREF00010ONCHOCERIASIS, IVORY COAST. River Marahoue. WHO River Blindness programme - hydrological sampling to test environmental impact of spraying to eradicate black fly. CDREF00405 .SCHOOLGIRL, EGYPT. CDREF00189VILLAGE LIFE, BURKINA FASO. Kalsaka Village. Hairdresser. CDREF00215VILLAGE LIFE, BHUTAN. - Family returning from fields on a mini tractor. - S067-5. CATREF02
GRAINS,BURKINA FASO, West Africa, Yatenga Province, Kalsaka village. Removing sorghum from the grain store. CDREF00372TROPICAL FOREST, BALI. CDREF00228WATER, INDIA. Assam. Women collect water from a well. This photograph was commissioned by the Shell Foundation. CDREF00046GAZA - FILMMAKING. A child actress being miked up. CDREF00607.NIGERIA, Lagos. Christian service for healing in a poor quarter of town. CDREF00503
GAZA - Portrait of Palestinian girl. CDREF00607.SLUM - BOMBAY, INDIA. CDREF00426FAST FOOD RESTAURANTS, THAILAND. Bangkok. CDREF00235MALARIA, CAMEROON. Laquintinie hospital, Douala. Childrens malaria ward. CDREF00219VILLAGE LIFE, BANGLADESH. Woman collecting water from river. CDREF00223
BRICK FACTORY, INDIA. Haryana State. Large amounts of topsoil is used to make bricks. Wood or coal are used to fire them. CDREF00010
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