"The situation of begging is gaining an out of the normal proportion," said Sulimaine Embaló, after a survey conducted by the association of children who find themselves begging in the streets of Bissau.
The president of the Guinean Association for the Fight Against Irregular Migration and Human Trafficking said that the situation of Talibé children, students of the Koran, "is very worrying" and that the situation is "inhuman."
"The people who pick up these children . . .
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