Share

“During the pandemic, the government forced the sector to shut down, but many just went deeper underground,” he said. “And the children had to make very dire choices. It was a matter of their livelihoods, they had to pay rent, they had to get food, and in cases where they are the breadwinners, they had families to support.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

WP Radio
WP Radio
OFFLINE LIVE