New Internationalist

Through The Lens

February 1986

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issue 156 | February 1986

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Images of Nicaragua

Aldo Chavarria Rehabilitation hospital, making artificial legs - only nine can be made in a month. Photo by Jenny Matthews. Click here to email the photographer.

Bluefields. Barber's shop where international voluntary workers are given free haircuts.

Photos by Jenny Mathews

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