Organization Assists Impoverished Families Living On Mexican Landfill : Nyhetsfoto

Organization Assists Impoverished Families Living On Mexican Landfill

NOGALES, MEXICO - MARCH 05: Carlos Roman, 9, plays with toys found while he and family members were working at the Tirabichi garbage dump on March 5, 2013 in Nogales, Mexico. About 30 families, including Carlos, live at the landfill, searching for recyclables to sell for a living. Some residents there were undomumented immigrants who were caught and deported by the United States back to Mexico. They have received aid from the non-profit Home of Hope and Peace, which plans to expand it's assistance to the dump's impoverished populace in the future. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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NOGALES, MEXICO - MARCH 05: Carlos Roman, 9, plays with toys found while he and family members were working at the Tirabichi garbage dump on March 5, 2013 in Nogales, Mexico. About 30 families, including Carlos, live at the landfill, searching for recyclables to sell for a living. Some residents there were undomumented immigrants who were caught and deported by the United States back to Mexico. They have received aid from the non-profit Home of Hope and Peace, which plans to expand it's assistance to the dump's impoverished populace in the future. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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Carlos Roman plays with toys found while he and family members were... Nyhetsfoto 163194452Hitta,Horisontell,Latinamerika,Leksak,Mexiko,Människor,Mänskligt intresse,Släkt,Sociala frågor,Sopor,SoptippPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesNOGALES, MEXICO - MARCH 05: Carlos Roman, 9, plays with toys found while he and family members were working at the Tirabichi garbage dump on March 5, 2013 in Nogales, Mexico. About 30 families, including Carlos, live at the landfill, searching for recyclables to sell for a living. Some residents there were undomumented immigrants who were caught and deported by the United States back to Mexico. They have received aid from the non-profit Home of Hope and Peace, which plans to expand it's assistance to the dump's impoverished populace in the future. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)