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These children live in an extended household led by their crippled grandmother. Some of the children attend the Dula Sentle orphanage during the day.  Since Botswana has no orphanages where children can board, at the end of the day, the children return home to their grandmother's hut. In Botswana, to give a child away is shameful and unthinkable to family, regardless of the consequences. Otse, Botswana, August 2003...2003 © Kenneth JARECKE (CONTACT Press Images)

These children live in an extended household led by their crippled grandmother. Some of the children attend the Dula Sentle orphanage during the day. Since Botswana has no orphanages where children can board, at the end of the day, the children return home to their grandmother's hut. In Botswana, to give a child away is shameful and unthinkable to family, regardless of the consequences. Otse, Botswana, August 2003...2003 © Kenneth JARECKE (CONTACT Press Images)

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