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Ring for the future in Pakistan
Of the students of BRIC School in Chah Tamoli, Pakistan, many come from families who are debt slaves at brick kilns, and they have to make bricks themselves after the end of the school day.

First they made their posters for the changes they want to see in Pakistan. Then they began their Round the Globe Run for a Better World by standing in a ring, hand in hand.

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Hand in hand for the Global Goals.

Samia, 10 years old from Okara says:    “My dad is a farmer and we are poor. When I get home from school, I help my mum. For the Round the Globe Run for a Better World, we walked through our village. It was the first time that lots of children came together for a better Pakistan and a better world.”

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Samia wants a better future for children in Pakistan.

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