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Port Harcourt Nigeria

People’s rights to education, adequate housing, water and sanitation, health and food are violated on a daily basis – particularly if they live in poverty. © George Osodi / Amnesty International

People’s rights to education, adequate housing, water and sanitation, health and food are violated on a daily basis – particularly if they live in poverty. © George Osodi / Amnesty International

Aniedi Bassey, 16, who used to live in Njemanze before it was demolished, sleeps on a wooden table at the ‘Mile One’ open market, where he and other street children live, Port Harcourt, Nigeria, April 2011.

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