Tag Archives | children

© Pooja Jain

DeConstructed life of campers

Workers represent half the world’s population and are major contributors to economic and social development. Million workers migrated for reasons of employment.


Children living in poverty in the Philippines, © Alexander Conrady

Alexander Conrady | Children living in poverty in the Philippines

These are photos of the children of people who migrated from the countryside to Manila, hoping to find work and looking for a better life.


Chittagong, Bangladesh- June 2012. Two roaming boys of Chittagong Railway Station were playing in the smoke created from burnt straws during winter.

Kazi Riasat Alve | People around Chittagong Railway Station

Like any other railway stations of Bangladesh, Chittagong Railway Station is not only a place for stopping & starting trains but also a shelter for a homeless people.


Srinagar, Kashmir 2011. 3 year old tariq lost his parents to 2009 kashmir riots. He now lives in a care-home on the outskirts of Srinagar. In the same riots, he was hit by a rubber bullet in the eye partially impairing him from his vision.

Narayan Tushar Kaudinya | Home, sky

These images are a journey into the isolated alleyways that exist between the past and the present and articulate a dreary silence.


The Ganga River in Kanpur. In Kanpur there are around 350 tanneries which dispose of their poisonous sewage water directly into the Ganga.. Kanpur, India, 22.12.2011

Sandra Hoyn | Poisonous Business – The Indian Leather Industry

India is one of the largest exporters of leather worldwide. In Kanpur, the fifth-largest city of India, there are more than 350 tanneries which dispose of their poisonous sewage water


Anastasia Taylor-Lind, The National Womb, PRIVATE 57, p. 18-19 (18-23)

Anastasia Taylor-Lind | The National Womb

In 2008, Nagorno-Karabakh’s de facto government introduced the Birth Encouragement Program, which distributes cash payments to newlyweds for each baby born, with the aim of repopulating the region after the


Marcus Bleasdale

Marcus Bleasdale | Lord’s Resistance Army

The rebel Lord’s Resistance Army and Joseph Kony, its messianic leader, have waged a campaign of massacres, torture, and abduction on civilians across Central Africa since the mid-1980s.


Lita's hospital, September 2011. The Ituri District is in the north-east of the DR Congo, bordering with Uganda and South Sudan. In 2011, DRC ranked again at the last place in the UN's Index of Human Development.

Nanni Fontana | Article 15: debrouillez-vous

Electricity and an ambulance. Drodro’s hospital, framed into the forest that covers the hills in Oriental Congo, has both these commodities, a rarity in this part of the world. This


Sunlight illuminate a part of a housing commune in Sitio Damayan in Vitas compound in Tondo, Manila.  Spetember 12, 2011.

Veejay Villafranca | Silent Emergency

The prolonged displacement due to the 2008 armed conflict in Central Mindanao caused a silent nutrition emergency to surface. By April 2011, 32,770 children under 5 years old were screened


Bangladesh, Chalna, September 2010. Two women near their huts in the village of Chalna during floods. Their homes are increasingly threatened by rising water.This area in Bengala Bay is particularly affected by flooding. The cyclones, floods and monsoons hit the Bengal Bay annually causes the destruction of harvests and of entire villages because of increased rainfalls and sedimentation in river flow. The people who inhabit in this area are forced to migrate to Dahka slums with their children and live in dangerous and inhumane conditions.

Luca Catalano Gonzaga | Child Survival in a Changing Climate

Climate changes represent one of the biggest challenges humanity will face in the coming years. Global warming, ice melting, the frequency of droughts and floods are all symptoms of the


Elisabetta receives more donations. 17/05/2010

Talos Buccellati | Till the last drop

This project describes an industry in the absence of blood and other blood products in the face of strong request because there are many patients with acute leukemia, lymphoma, or


Edwin Koo | Schools in Pakistan

For my personal project ‘Paradise Lost’, I have been photographing the Northwest of Pakistan since 2009, when conflict broke out and drove more than 3 million people from their home


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