Coming from different backgrounds and at different times, residents have adjusted to their new environment and have learnt to coexist with the dead.
For many Muscovites street pigeons are largely ignored or unnoticed, or considered agents for spreading diseases in the city, which is a common misconception. However, for some people, pigeons are life-long companions who fill the dull city environment with charm and character.
People who live in the coastal areas of Bangladesh are always at risk of river erosion, cyclones, floods and other natural disasters… “Here we are dying for landslide but in our village we were dying for poverty or natural disaster.”
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 for acute malnutrition and given supplies of multi-micronutrient powders while 388 children were treated for severe acute malnutrition.
In the context of fast changing Poland, it’s westernization, the growing abyss between past and modern generations, Józio’s life represents for me the one of a dying species…
The people of Bangladesh bear witness to the continued destruction that climate change is having on their densely populated country every day.
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