Photo Essays on Darfur
On mission along the border of Chad and Darfur, Human Rights Watch researchers gave children notebooks and crayons to keep them occupied while they spoke with the children's parents. Without any instruction or guidance, the children drew scenes from their experiences of the war in Darfur.
From the October 4, 2004 issue of Time Magazine. More than 50,000 people have been killed by violence, hunger and disease in the past year in western Sudan. For the survivors, every day is a struggle for food, shelter, medicine...
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