Children play under mosquito netting inside a dormitory of the Kabanga Protectorate Center, housed in a walled compound for the Kabanga Primary School, in Kabanga, Tanzania on Monday, Aug. 27, 2012. The dorms are overcrowded as more people with albinism have been sent to live at the center by the government for their own safety. Having albinism, a genetic condition characterized by a lack of pigment in the body, can be a death sentence in Tanzania. Since 2006 more than 100 people with albinism have been physically attacked by witch doctors for their body parts, used in magical potions. Although physically safe once placed in a government center they are often stranded there with no long-term plan for their futures.