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Somewhere in West Africa, there is a region characterized by the particular kindness of its inhabitants. A people so little ill-intended that even the crocodiles in the Bazoulè village, not far from the capital, live amongst them for centuries without ever attacking them. Not even once. A country that inherited its improvement and integrity willpower from the bravery of its historical figureheads. It's called Burkina Faso. Even now, the Burkinabè are still inspired by this impetus to hardly but surely spur its development. Although regarding mineral, natural and agricultural resources this country is one of the most important in the world, it’s still one of the poorest. Its resources mainly contributed to the development of Western countries as for all rich former colonies. This has probably helped to make laborious the setting up of an environment conducive to the evolvement and development of children with disorders that expose the obscurantism of their society, such as autism. Continue>>


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Nangal is a beautiful town in the state of Punjab, with fame which may seem in excess until a visitor is treated to its refreshing natural scenes. Its wetlands serve as a hotspot for migratory birds and it is an experience that thousands of visitors yearn for each year. It also hosts a megastructure, “Bhakra Dam,” which is one of the largest man-made reservoirs and the third largest dam in India. Beyond these, Nangal is the centre for another innovation, Jinda Jeev Besahara. Continue>>


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In some West African countries there is a very special culture called "joking kinships". It’s even an intangible cultural heritage in Niger, a social praxis that consists of making fun of members of same or different social groups and even to slur them without worry about getting them upset. This is intended to ensure social harmony. It’s a picturesque tourist haven for fans of dark humor. Can you imagine however, a child laughing at being called Nakasasu (the Damned), because of his Disability? Continue>>


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I was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh, studied in Holy Cross High School. The school was our favorite place, the books, library, playground, and the Sisters in our school, helping us to understand and enjoy lessons. When we grew up, we saw that local schools are not same. The lessons are not interesting, no action, and no story-telling, there was a small play-ground but we were not permitted to play, we felt sad for others. There wasn’t any library! Continue>>


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Located in the East Nusa Tenggara province is a small island by the name Timor. Divided into East and West Timors, the East declared sovereignty from the Indonesian government in 2002, and goes by Timor Leste. The West remains a part of the old nation, and the capital city Kupang is the largest port on the island. The climate is humidly hot, but pristine beaches are no luxury around this area. Low levels of tourism have maintained Kupang's extraordinarily clean, beautiful, and quiet beaches. Inside an attraction called the Crystal Cave in Bolok Village, West Kupang District, there's a large body of sparkling clear water that locals and visitors alike love to swim in, free of charge. However, in spite of Kupang's abundance in natural beauty, the citizens aren’t exactly very prosperous. Continue>>