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  • Photo by @lynseyaddario | Kahindo, 20, sits in her home with her two children born out of rape in North Kivu Province, eastern Congo in April 2008. - “Every child born into a cycle of poverty and violence has the potential to break that cycle. But that will only happen if the world chooses to invest in their lives and their wellbeing. ” – @melindafrenchgates
    National Geographic Photo by @lynseyaddario | Kahindo, 20, sits in her home with her two children born out of rape in North Kivu Province, eastern Congo in April 2008.
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“Every child born into a cycle of poverty and violence has the potential to break that cycle. But that will only happen if the world chooses to invest in their lives and their wellbeing. ” – @melindafrenchgates

    Photo by @lynseyaddario | Kahindo, 20, sits in her home with her two children born out of rape in North Kivu Province, eastern Congo in April 2008.
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    “Every child born into a cycle of poverty and violence has the potential to break that cycle. But that will only happen if the world chooses to invest in their lives and their wellbeing. ” – @melindafrenchgates

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annette.vaughn.186 - Annette Vaughn 2 months ago

It's all good to say "birth control". Let me see....do you think she put up a hand and said "Just a second mister rapist while I take my bd pill" Most of these women probably have no access to NBC.