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  • The beach is littered with the detritus. Flip-flops, plastic bottles, bras, wallets, belts, backpacks, rotted yellow jerry cans, empty medicine tablets, and more
    The beach is littered with the detritus. Flip-flops, plastic bottles, bras, wallets, belts, backpacks, rotted yellow jerry cans, empty medicine tablets, and more
  • A shoe left on Gahere Beach
    A shoe left on Gahere Beach
  • A work identification card from Ethiopia, partially ripped. No name was visible
    A work identification card from Ethiopia, partially ripped. No name was visible
  • A pair of shoes left behind on Gahere Beach
    A pair of shoes left behind on Gahere Beach
  • Rubbish on sand
    The final spot where migrants board boats is crowded with the detritus of what they left behind
  • Debris on sand
    Many migrants also board vessels from Tiir, another beach approximately 10 kilometers South of Gahere. The area has historically been used for military exercises, and UXOs like this shell, litter the area
  • Many migrants also board vessels from Tiir, another beach approximately 10 kilometers South of Gahere. The area has historically been used for military exercises, and UXOs like this shell, litter the area
  • A wallet from an unknown migrant, left behind at Tiir
  • Portrait of an Ethiopian young man looking off camera wearing a yellow, athletic v-neck shirt
    "Our shoes ripped and we continued seven days without shoes," he said. "The ground was hot, so around noon we had to stop and wait until the sun went down a bit before we continued."
  • Four young men walk toward the camera on a road in an arid landscape with little else surrounding them
    After walking two months, these men, who wished to withhold their names, arrived in Obock on February 23
  • Portrait of a man looking off camera wearing a grey shirt and necklace
    Alafom Gebre Sadik, 30, found work in Saudi Arabia but was deported by authorities back to Ethiopia
  • A man faces the camera, his shadow stretching behind him, with his sweater hanging by the hood off of his head in front of a tree where other men rest.
    Deste Berhe, 25, says he witnessed a car explode after it was hit by an aerial bomb, shortly after arriving on the coast of Yemen
  • A woman with a green long sleeve shirt and a red bandana in her hair laughs. There is a camel in the background
    Alam Haile, 20, is trying to get back to Saudi Arabia, where she had worked for two years cleaning houses before she was caught and deported back to Ethiopia
  • A group of men stand, facing away, in the shade of a tree in an arid landscape outside a settlement
    Fantahero, a hamlet located just outside of the town of Obock, is often the last waiting point for many migrants. It's a place of rest before they make the gruelling journey to the Red Sea coast and onwards to Yemen
  • A group of men stand, facing away, in the shade of a tree in an arid landscape outside a settlement
    Fantahero, a hamlet located just outside of the town of Obock, is often the last waiting point for many migrants. It's a place of rest before they make the gruelling journey to the Red Sea coast and onwards to Yemen
  • Hills and mountains with cloud shadows n
    Tens of thousands of migrants transit Djibouti every year. Djibouti health policy allows everyone, including migrants, to access local health facilities, but many arrive in dire condition, sometimes forcing health centres to operate beyond normal capacity
  • A portrait from behind of a Congolese rape survivor in a green field
    A Congolese rape survivor from Ituri Province now living as a refugee in Uganda
  • A map of northwestern Syria including Afrin, Aleppo and showing different groups territory
  • A southern Sudanese woman from the town of Bor looks at banner calling for an end to gender based violence during a November 2008 demonstration
  • A member of the Policía Nacional of Colombia stands guard in Cúcuta
  • A member of the Policía Nacional of Colombia stands guard in Cúcuta
  • Full suitcases crossing at the border
  • Crossing the border from Venezuela into Colombia
  • Border control at the Puente Internacional Simón Bolívar in Cúcuta, Colombia
  • Four women await treatment on a bench in front of a blue wall outside the Surgical Ward at Tari Hospital in Papua New Guinea’s Hela Province
    Four women await treatment outside the Surgical Ward at Tari Hospital in Papua New Guinea’s Hela Province
  • Moses Baraka, 26, from Tchomia
    Moses Baraka, 26, from Tchomia

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