SERGI CAMARA Y SU HOLGA

Excelente trabajo de Sergi Cámara y su Holga. lo cuenta en su vídeo de youtube que pueden ver acá.

Every year, thousands of people risk their lives by crossing the Gulf of Aden between Somalia and Yemen.

In 2009, around 30,000 people from Somalia and Ethiopia made this dangerous journey, which takes more than two days, and many others died in the attemp.
The war in Somalia, together with fa-mine in Ethiopia, produces large population movements in search of a safer place in which to live.© SERGI CÁMARA
Cada año, miles de personas arriesgan sus vidas cruzando el Golfo de Adén entre Somalia y Yemen. En 2009, alrededor de 30,000 personas de Somalia y Etiopía hicieron este peligroso viaje, que lleva más de dos días, y muchos otros murieron en el intento. La guerra en Somalia, junto con la fama en Etiopía, produce grandes movimientos de población en busca de un lugar más seguro para vivir. © SERGI CÁMARA
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Ethiopian and Somalian immigrants en route to center of UNHCR in Ahwar.Every year, thousands of people risk their lives to cross the Gulf of Aden to escape conflict, violence, drought and poverty. Due to the escalation of the conflict in Somalia and the food crisis in parts of the Horn of Africa, more and more people will join the already-large refugee and migrant population in Yemen. During the first five months of 2008, over 20,000 refugees arrived in Yemen – more than double the number of arrivals in the same period last year.

Ethiopian and Somalian immigrants en route to center of UNHCR in Ahwar.Every year, thousands of people risk their lives to cross the Gulf of Aden to escape conflict, violence, drought and poverty. Due to the escalation of the conflict in Somalia and the food crisis in parts of the Horn of Africa, more and more people will join the already-large refugee and migrant population in Yemen. During the first five months of 2008, over 20,000 refugees arrived in Yemen – more than double the number of arrivals in the same period last year.

Every year, thousands of people risk their lives to cross the Gulf of Aden to escape conflict, violence, drought and poverty. Due to the escalation of the conflict in Somalia and the food crisis in parts of the Horn of Africa, more and more people will join the already-large refugee and migrant population in Yemen. During the first five months of 2008, over 20,000 refugees arrived in Yemen – more than double the number of arrivals in the same period last year.

Every year, thousands of people risk their lives to cross the Gulf of Aden to escape conflict, violence, drought and poverty. Due to the escalation of the conflict in Somalia and the food crisis in parts of the Horn of Africa, more and more people will join the already-large refugee and migrant population in Yemen. During the first five months of 2008, over 20,000 refugees arrived in Yemen – more than double the number of arrivals in the same period last year.

Ethiopian and Somalian immigrants en route to center of UNHCR in Ahwar.Every year, thousands of people risk their lives to cross the Gulf of Aden to escape conflict, violence, drought and poverty. Due to the escalation of the conflict in Somalia and the food crisis in parts of the Horn of Africa, more and more people will join the already-large refugee and migrant population in Yemen. During the first five months of 2008, over 20,000 refugees arrived in Yemen – more than double the number of arrivals in the same period last year.

Ethiopian and Somalian immigrants en route to center of UNHCR in Ahwar.Every year, thousands of people risk their lives to cross the Gulf of Aden to escape conflict, violence, drought and poverty. Due to the escalation of the conflict in Somalia and the food crisis in parts of the Horn of Africa, more and more people will join the already-large refugee and migrant population in Yemen. During the first five months of 2008, over 20,000 refugees arrived in Yemen – more than double the number of arrivals in the same period last year.

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Every year, thousands of people risk their lives to cross the Gulf of Aden to escape conflict, violence, drought and poverty. Due to the escalation of the conflict in Somalia and the food crisis in parts of the Horn of Africa, more and more people will join the already-large refugee and migrant population in Yemen. During the first five months of 2008, over 20,000 refugees arrived in Yemen – more than double the number of arrivals in the same period last year.At inmigrant after just braved the harsh journey to Yemen.

Every year, thousands of people risk their lives to cross the Gulf of Aden to escape conflict, violence, drought and poverty. Due to the escalation of the conflict in Somalia and the food crisis in parts of the Horn of Africa, more and more people will join the already-large refugee and migrant population in Yemen. During the first five months of 2008, over 20,000 refugees arrived in Yemen – more than double the number of arrivals in the same period last year.At inmigrant after just braved the harsh journey to Yemen.

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