Jason Larkin

Cairo, EGYPT

A group of men sort through rubbish which has been collected from the homes and streets of Cairo. Cairo's rubbish is collected and recycled by a class of impoverished Coptic Christians called The Zabbaleen. They have made their livelihoods from the city's waste since migrating from the drought stricken south of the country in the 1940s.

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Jason Larkin
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Cairo
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EGYPT
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