Renée C. Byer/ Renée C. Byer

In an electronic-waste dump filled with hazardous materials, Fati, 8, searches with other children in Accra, Ghana, for whatever she can sell for pennies. While she balances a bucket on her head carrying the little metal she has found, tears stream down her face as the result of the pain that comes with the malaria she contracted some years ago. This scavenging is work she must do to survive.

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