Taking Care Of Kids In Myanmar's Villages
In Myanmar, in the "Golden Triangle" ,there are a lot of ethnic minorities who live in small villages that often can only be reached on foot. Neighboring villages but with different traditions and religions (Buddhists, animists, Christians) and with a own dialect. The houses are often made of bamboo with thatched roofs. No running water and electricity. The inhabitants of these villages are living with very little, nevertheless they are ready to offer what they have. Children havent toys, delicacies, and often do not have the opportunity to go to school. Children are looked after during the day from who remains in the village but what it impressed me was the strong emphasis on children and the constant physical contact and attachment with their caregivers.