Father Alfons Marzou
shuffles across a complex that is home to sisters for the Catholic
Missionaries of Charity, whose nuns provide medical care and food to
impoverished children living amid heaps of garbage.
"Look around," Marzou
says, motioning to the filthy streets outside the walls where families
live among refuse for resale in what is known as Garbage City.
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