House refugees: survival over life
• Houses refugees: survival over life of
According to the UN, today more than 65 million people have the status of forced migrants. These are the people whom fate has not left no choice but to leave his father's house. Most of them have become refugees as a result of armed conflicts or natural disasters, but there are other reasons - such as extreme poverty or a sudden deterioration of the climate.
Commissioned by the International Organization for Migration Mews photojournalist Mohammed traveled to third world countries and captured in the living conditions of migrant families.
Atai six daughters live in a refugee camp in the city of Maiduguri in northeast Nigeria. Two years ago, their village was attacked by the terrorists of the "Boko Haram", one of the most brutal faction "Islamic State" (banned in Russia a terrorist organization - Ed...). They killed my husband and took Atai enslaved their eldest daughter. Now the family huddles, so to speak, in the house of the old bags.
The same camp in Maiduguri. And the same story: the brutes of the "Boko Haram" devastated the village and ruined the life of a large family. The parents of these children were killed, the grandmother took care of them.
A is South Sudan, the UN base in Malakal. In 2013, Angelo was forced to take away the family from his native city, where due to the multi-ethnic conflict on the streets rivers of blood flowed. About two years they lived in a tent in relative peace until the national strife broke out with new force already inside the base. As a result, a third of the camp fire has devoured, and now Angelo sleeping under the truck.
For a long time, Sarah with her husband and six children lived in Malakal. Once they had the opportunity to go to the capital of South Sudan - Juba. Flight for refugees organized a local oil company, but to get to it, the family had to get to the remote town of Paloich. Sarah, who lost his leg many years ago, would have failed to achieve a long journey in a car accident. She persuaded relatives did not waste the opportunity to begin to live 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 disputed territory on the border of North and South Sudan. In 2011, the fighting, and many homes turned to rubble started here. Residents evacuated to Agok, but two years later, Peter came back and settled in a ruined building shells - not far from the spot where the bullet broke his father's life.
Mustafa family left Aleppo as soon as the sky began to fall the first bombs. Since they live without water, electricity and heating on the outskirts of the Turkish city of Sanliurfa, in the building where once horses were kept. Each stall crowding one family.
In such circumstances, the Syrians live in Cobán, who have at least some money. For rent this shack in Sanliurfa they pay $ 200 per month.
Kambodzhiyka Rumkun with her daughter and three grandchildren live in a shack that her son built around an unfinished railroad. Several years ago the family decided to emigrate to Thailand, where wages are several times higher, but the border guards missed the only son, and a woman stuck in Poipet border. Money that he occasionally sends, barely enough. The authorities plan to soon complete the construction of the railway and to demolish all unauthorized construction.
Tin Naing and eight years on a boat floating on the Mekong and other rivers of Myanmar. In 2008, a powerful cyclone destroyed their village house and farm. No money for restoration, the couple earn a living fish trade.