National Geographic

Photo by @edkashi | Sugarcane workers and their children play soccer in Chichigalpa, Nicaragua, in 2015. In Nicaragua, the average life span of sugarcane harvesters is 49. According to the Center for Public Integrity, kidney disease is killing more people in Nicaragua and El Salvador–the two countries with the highest magnitude of mortality from the disease–than HIV/AIDS,
diabetes, and leukemia combined.




💖👏for this👏


Pic nice


Ciiiiii espre xosa


That’s sad we need to do something about that parents are dying that’s just hurting there kids and kids are dying that’s just hurting the parents and it’s soo sad I would not live if my mom died


Por que solo publicais cosas de nigeria


اگر میخواهید از کچلی و طاسی و کم مویی راحت شوید کافیست برای مشاوره پیام بدهید👌✌❤


wow 😮😮😮😮


Nice click


They are blessed. I see them having fun don't want to live a 💯 years if you're sober!




Nice picture


اعلي مسا عليك يا يارجل



Because of high heat with no shade and not drinking enough water








Play futbol


Pemandangan masa kecil yang jarang dijumpai saat ini 😢😢


@francescabernstein it’s also the fact that they burn the fields to clear them after harvesting the sugar cane. I guess after so many years of breathing the smoke...




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