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Commuting in Rio de Janeiro



Commuting in Rio de Janeiro

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In the Rochinha favela, around 50,000 people clustered into a single square kilometer.



In the Rochinha favela, around 50,000 people clustered into a single square kilometer.

YASUYOSHI CHIBA / AFP




A homeless person in Rio de Janeiro



A homeless person in Rio de Janeiro

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Raull Santiago wonders what will happen to the people who need it most who don't have savings or social safety nets.



Raull Santiago wonders what will happen to the people who need it most who don’t have savings or social safety nets.

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A volunteer brought soap and detergent to Rochinha favela.



A volunteer brought soap and detergent to Rochinha favela.

Leo Correa / AP




People queue for coffee and bread in Rio de Janeiro.



People queue for coffee and bread in Rio de Janeiro.

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This section is part of the Global Society series. The project ran for three years and was funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.



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