Manchester in UK will host an event by child development charity Compassion UK, which will offer visitors an immersive experience of poverty.
The exhibition will let visitors to feel the sights, sounds and smells of a developing countries such as P, Kenya, Uganda and the Dominican Republic, and stories such as that of Sameson, a boy from Ethiopia and Shamim, a girl from Uganda.
In Compassion Experience, will have over 2,000 square feet of interactive exhibit space, where visitors will step inside homes, markets and schools with out actually visiting the country.
— Compassion UK (@compassionuk) October 19, 2017
Step into the life of a Bolivian child growing up in poverty through Compassion International’s interactive exhibit! pic.twitter.com/IbPnRMC6do
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