Find out how different your life might have been if you were born someplace else.
The Lottery of Life is a campaign of Save the Children. Subject to chance, you can see where in the world you would most likely be born, according to statistics. The campaign aims to create awareness of children’s situations in different areas of the world. (SOURCE: boredblogalmighty.com)
Non-profit organization Save the Children (SOURCE: thelotteryoflife.co.uk)
Rädda Barnen (Save the Children): The Lottery of Life, Sierra Leone vs Sweden
Rädda Barnen (Save the Children): The Lottery of Life, Philippines vs Sweden
Rädda Barnen (Save the Children): The Lottery of Life, Palestine vs Sweden
Rädda Barnen (Save the Children): The Lottery of Life, Darfur vs Sweden
The lottery of life (SOURCE: economist.com)
Democratic Republic of Congo c. 2009
It’s frightening to think children today are still forced to work in factories, employed as prostitutes, or don’t have access to clearn water. (SOURCE: adsoftheworld.com)
Contaminated drinking water
Mandera, Northern Kenya c. 2009 (SOURCE: adsoftheworld.com)
Dhaka, Bangladesh c.2009 (SOURCE: adsoftheworld.com)
Bangladesh c. 2009 (SOURCE: adsoftheworld.com)
I love this post, can def raise awareness of this situation in many countries.
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