MEMO has published my photoessay from Somalia detailing problems the country faces from drought and lack of aid.
What was experienced cannot be put into photographs or words - the only way to know the extent of the disaster is to read as many accounts as you can though it cannot begin to scratch the surface for what awaits.
In Pakistan, bricks are manufactured by small businesses for local villages and towns throughout the country. In this photograph, men pat down coal in the large kiln below them.
This young girl emerged at sunset following the day’s searing temperatures carrying her brother before wandering off to talk with locals. In the face of an ever growing famine, drought has shattered the family matrix forcing young people to take on roles their parents wished to have filled. During my time in Somalia, I saw the number of children independently caring for siblings was growing spotlighting more than ever the need for international projects.
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