The work of photographer Moose Muhammad.
According to the UN, today more than 65 million people have the status of forced migrants. People who fate has not left no other choice but to leave his father’s house. Most of them have become refugees due to armed conflicts or natural disasters, but there are other reasons — for example, extreme poverty or a sharp deterioration in climate.
By order of the International organization for migration photojournalist’s Mews Mohammed visited third world countries and documented the living conditions of migrant families.
Atai six daughters lives in a refugee camp in the city of Maiduguri in North-Eastern Nigeria. Two years ago, their village was attacked by terrorists from the “Boko Haram” one of the most brutal gangs of the “Islamic state” (banned in Russia as a terrorist organization. — Approx. ed.). They killed the husband of Atai and took into slavery their eldest daughter. Now, the family huddled, so to speak, in the house of the old bags.
The same camp in Maiduguri. And the same story: cattle from Boko Haram destroyed the village and ruined the life of a large family. The parents of these kids died, cares about them grandma.
And this is South Sudan U. N. base in Malakal. In 2013 Angelo was forced to take away his family from his native city, when multilateral ethnic conflict in the streets flowed with rivers of blood. About two years they lived in a tent in relative peace until the ethnic strife not flashed with new force already inside the base. As a result, the third camp consumed the fire, and now Angelo is sleeping under the truck.
For a long time Sara with her husband and six children lived in Malakal. One day they will have the opportunity to go to the capital of southern Sudan — Juba. The refugee flight organized by the local oil company, but to get to him, the family needed to get to a remote town Paloich. Sarah, who lost a leg in a car accident many years ago, not be mastered long journey. She convinced relatives not to lose the opportunity to lead a normal life, and she survives alone in a Church shelter Malakal.
Peter was born and raised in the town of Abyei, which is now a disputed territory on the border between North and South Sudan. Here in 2011 fighting broke out, and many of the houses was in ruins. Residents evacuated in Agok, but two years later Peter came back and settled down in the ruined shells of the building, near the place where the bullet terminated the life of his father.
The family of Mustafa left Aleppo, as soon as the sky began to drop the first bomb. Since they live without water, electricity and heating on the outskirts of the Turkish city of Sanliurfa, in the building, which previously held horses. Each stall crammed one family.
In such living conditions Syrians from Kobani, who have at least some money. For rent this shack in şanlıurfa they pay $ 200 a month.
The Cambodian girl with Rumson daughter and three grandchildren living in a hovel, which her son built near the unfinished railroad. A few years ago, the family decided to emigrate to Thailand, where wages are significantly higher, but the guards missed only son, and women are stuck in Poipet border. Money he from time to time sends nearly enough. Authorities plan to soon finish the construction of the railway and demolish all illegal shacks.
Tin Naing and eight years of swimming, boat trips on the Mekong and other rivers of Myanmar. In 2008, a powerful cyclone destroyed their village house and farm. Money to rebuild no, the lives of his wife earn trade in fish.
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