What is it like to live along the railway tracks when every ten minutes a train passes by just a couple of meters from your home.
It is a very usual scene for people who are living beside the active railway tracks in slum areas of Indonesia’s rapid growing and overpopulated capital Jakarta.
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On a good days she can earn up to 5 euros a day. It is a very common way to make money of people who are living in a slum area.
He used to make a living by busking in the streets with his guitar, but now after baby was born he started to work at a construction company to make more money for his family. He is living in a small house besides the railway tracks.
They use it to build or fix their homes. Also people can use a lot of recyclable material that they can sell it.
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Aris never went to school and he does not know how to read or write. It is very hard for him to find better job. His daughter just stopped going to school and now started to work at the local restaurant. She earns only 30 euros per month.
Transgender are struggling to get accepted and have a rights in conservative Indonesian society. Most of them are living in a slum areas of Jakarta.