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Growing Pains: Children left behind and their right to grieve

In the Winterton area of Kwazulu Natal, in South Africa, youths make their way along a railway line / KwaZulu Natal - Panos Pictures

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Growing up without parents can be traumatic. Children and families may need professional help to express their grief fully but there are often not enough psychological services to support them.

Music by Jolyon Birchall | Narration by Tonicah Maphanga

This audio feature is part of a set about South Africa, AIDS and childhood. The other audio features are:

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