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Two years ago I went to a very small town named “Tuningo” in the east side of the Dominican Republic, along with a group of volunteers from the organization Techo (Un Techo Para Mi Pais). The situation in this particular village was unbelievable. This picture represents the reality of my country, the side which is rarely shown and barely acknowledged by those of us, lucky enough to belong to a blind 2% of the population.

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Two years ago I went to a very small town named “Tuningo” in the east side of the Dominican Republic, along with a group of volunteers from the organization Techo (Un Techo Para Mi Pais). The situation in this particular village was unbelievable. This picture represents the reality of my country, the side which is rarely shown and barely acknowledged by those of us, lucky enough to belong to a blind 2% of the population.

 
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