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The Photographer Who Gives Street Children in Rwanda a Second Chance

Many people pity and wish they could help street children, some are even scared of them. But not Jack Yakubu Nkinzingabo. He has taken to helping the children learn the art of photography while mentoring them.

The Photographer Who Gives Street Children in Rwanda a Second Chance
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