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Tabanna Waladan (foster A Child)

May 1982

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Tabanna Waladan (Arabic for 'Foster a Child')
an entirely fictitious organisation through which rich Kuwaitis can sponsor poor children in teh West. Just imagine what it might be like... Illustrated by Clive Offley...

Illustration by Clive Offley

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