Dollar Street is a project to collect information and photos on how people live around the world. Founded by Anna Rosling Rönnlund of the nonprofit Gapminder, Dollar Street aims to show how people actually live.
The project collects dozens of images from each family, including their eating and sleeping spaces, the tools they wash and clean with, and their children's toys.
Below, a selection of the kids' favorite toys from the 50 countries and 294 families Dollar Street captured.
1.Bangkok, Thailand — A stuffed bear.
2.Tunis, Tunisia — A stuffed deer.
3.Gyeongbuk, South Korea — A Barbie.
4.Domboshawa, Zimbabwe — A toy truck.
5.Chepali, Nepal — A stuffed dog.
6.Ajloun Governorate, Jordan — A stuffed tiger and cat.
7.Amman, Jordan — A Kindle.
8.Bogota, Colombia — A jump rope.
9.Center Region, Burkina Faso — Tires.
10.Michigan, USA — Legos.
11.Yaoundé, Cameroon — An iPad and a jump rope.
12.Chennai, India — A toy truck.
13.Uppsala, Sweden — Legos.
14.Ouest, Haiti — Marbles.
15.Beijing, China — A toy tank.
16.Kjustendil, Bulgaria — Stuffed monkey.
17.Santa Catarina, Brazil — Barbie mermaid and guitar.