Growing Up in Africa

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Africa is the world’s second largest and second most-populous continent. The continent is only behind Asia in both categories.

In the same time, Africa is the continent with the highest percentage of children with AIDS, orphans, and kids and adults forced to work nine hours a day for seven days a week in prostitution.

Many NGOs and private institutions make everything they can to help these children. Every year, there are many events aimed to help Africa.

More than 250 million people in Africa suffer from hunger and malnutrition, struggling in extreme rural poverty without enough food.

This documentary shows exactly how it looks to grow up in Africa.

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