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Ngos in the Caucasus often fill the gap left by the state in areas related to children care, including basic education and assistance to the disabled. The Open Society Foundation supports local Ngos active in these fields in both the Northern and Southern Caucasus. Journalist Natasha Yefimov told their stories in a book, Kids Across the Caucasus. An interview with the author

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In 2006 in Beslan, in the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania, the city still held chilling reminders of the massacre that took place there in a school in 2004 that left 334 civilians dead. Photographs by Sara Di Pede, who spent ten days in the city.

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