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Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade
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Disadvantaged Children by Mio Cade

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  • @johndemi2 You say is true,thank you Johndemi,Have a nice day!
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  • In a perfect world there should not be any Disadvantaged Children,but unfortunately some governments close their eyes and do not care.Thank you Eddie.
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  • @maditabalnco Through pressure on governments, In order improve the rights of children,thank you Magda,a warm hug.
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  • @guimera Yes,Although the rights of children has improved year by year, but still need to continue efforts,thank you Olga ,A warm hug.
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  • @alfredito1 Thank you Alfredo, let us continue its efforts,warm regards.
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  • 3. Thomas Tham Joo Kit (Nick: Mio Cade) Citizenship : Malaysian (Singapore PR) A volunteer consultant to 5 NGOs located in Asia, Thomas steps forward to help in building better life for the disadvantaged people. He involved in infrastructure, social and life skill programmes and connecting NGOs to galvanize and share resources from each other. His interest in Photography developed from just a hobby to a medium with a sole purpose to help, to tell the stories of disadvantaged people, especially the children who have been forsaken, through his pictures. As a humanitarian, photographer and a teacher in photography, Thomas aims to bring about awareness of suffering children to the world and in turn better their lives, for he believes that children today are our future. --121 Clicks More: Thomas Tham 3
  • 4. 4Voices from the Eyes
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  • 38. 38We all need rest but some have little comfort
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  • 61. 61 4/05/2014 王文堯 Kaohsiung Taiwan R.O.C All photos were taken from Facebook Mio Cade,Internet..etc. More: :Thomas Tham THE END

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