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A boy walk through a dry field carrying containers to going to fill of water in a small lake in Dala Township, Myanmar, Monday, May 6, 2013. The people who live in Dala don't have running water and also they don't have access to clean water then they have to go to take the water for clean themselves and cook up in small lakes surrounded by barbed wire and controled by government, just two hour per day is allowed. After the last election Myanmar is changing rapidly because foreign investment, the country is going into globalization, using mobile phones, internet, buying cars and motorcycles, wearing the same clothes than western countries. There is a lot of hotels even some of them 5 stars with astronomic prices but most of the population still been poor, without drinking water in their houses or health care.
- Arturo Rodríguez
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