Summary of Así es vivir alrededor del botadero de basura más grande del Perú | Documental

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This YouTube video is a documentary about a man who has been living around a garbage dump in Peru for most of his life. He talks about his experiences growing up in the area, and how he has been struggling to make a living and support his family. He talks about his idea to use his life to help others, and how he is coping with the difficult times.

  • 00:00:00 This YouTube video documents the life of a woman who has been living around the biggest garbage bin in Peru for the past 30 years. She left her bad past behind to come and work in this area, but now she faces difficulties because there is no owner of the land. A man has been making documents about this area for the past two years and she is one of the people he has interviewed. She has 80 hectares of land from the penal prison all the way to the chavimoche river. They don't have any ownership of the sanitary landfill, part of it is for the cemetery, and the other part is for the cement factory that was supposed to be used for cement but it has now been sold. She has been protesting for 10 years with no results.
  • 00:05:00 In this documentary, a man talks about his experience living around a garbage dump in Peru. He explains that he was born and raised around the dump and has become used to it, but he doesn't like living in his home because he has lost too many people close to him. He tells the story of how his mother found him at the dump, and how he spent two days in the hospital before being released. He and his mother's birthday were the same day, and they both celebrated it. Now, four days before his mother's death anniversary, he is still without a job and is struggling to support himself and his nieces. He talks about the idea he has for using his life to help others, and how he and his family are coping with the difficult times. He says that, even at age 75, he is still able to work and provide for his family. He concludes by saying that we should all be happy because, even though we may die, we will have helped others in the process.

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