Three young boys run after a truck going out of the dump. The truck are weighed when they come in and out of the dump. There are no public truck but some private trucks work for the government. These are paid per ton they leave in the dump (799 shillings per ton, 8 dollars). Trucks working on their own have to pay a fee of 280 kenyan shillings (6 dollars).
A young girl carries a bag of colected plastic bags she collected in the dump site of Dandora in the city of Nairobi.
An NGO worker looks after a refugee who fought with another woman while waiting for a distribution of food.
Early in the morning, a young woman cuts some wood for cooking. Women are often raped when they go outside the camp but they have no choice.
Some children stand in queue before going in their classroom.
A mother and her children wait for the distribution of food from the Worl Food Programme (WFP).
Crossing a "wadi", in the empty bed of a river dried up for a few hours, a darfuri insurgent of the Sudanese Liberation Army/Movement (SLA/M) has dug in the sand and drinks water in the hole.
A young rebel rebel of the Sudanese Liberation Army/Movement (SLA/M) stands ready to fight. Those fighters, muslim, mainly from the ethnic group Massalit, display some fétishes handed down from fathers to sons.
A presentation of the Sudanese Liberation Army/Movement (SLA/M), an armed opposition group in Sudan. More than half of the fighters have less than 20 years, with no experience of war.
In a refugee camp, children can go to a school built by UNICEF.
A baby who is suffering from marasmic malnutrition with a weigh 70% under the normal lies on a bed with his grand-mother. His mother died and he didn't received milk from his mother.
Some young refugees go across the eastern zone of Chad riding donkey in a sand storm.
A woman goes to get some water in the refugee camp Of Iridimi.