Fleeing home

a photo gallery by Marco Tiberio

Neuland (Ausgabe II/2016)

  • The Smara refugee camp, which belongs to the Sahraoui camps in Algeria (founded in 1975)

    The Smara refugee camp, which belongs to the Sahraoui camps in Algeria (founded in 1975)

  • The Oure Cassoni refugee camp in Chad. Many Sudanese people live here (founded in 2004)

    The Oure Cassoni refugee camp in Chad. Many Sudanese people live here (founded in 2004)

  • The Rabouni refugee camp (one of the Sahraoui camps) in Algeria (founded in 1975)

    The Rabouni refugee camp (one of the Sahraoui camps) in Algeria (founded in 1975)

  • The Kambioos refugee camp in Kenya. Here live mainly Somalis (founded in 2011)

    The Kambioos refugee camp in Kenya. Here live mainly Somalis (founded in 2011)

  • The Bredjing refugee camp in Chad. Many Sudanese people live here (founded in 2004)

    The Bredjing refugee camp in Chad. Many Sudanese people live here (founded in 2004)

  • The Dagahaley refugee camp in Kenya. Here live people from Somalia, Ethiopia, Southern Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Buruduni, Eritre, Uganda and Sudan (founded in 1992)

    The Dagahaley refugee camp in Kenya. Here live people from Somalia, Ethiopia, Southern Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Buruduni, Eritre, Uganda and Sudan (founded in 1992)

  • The Laayoune refugee camp (one of the Sahraoui camps) in Algeria (founded in 1991)

    The Laayoune refugee camp (one of the Sahraoui camps) in Algeria (founded in 1991)

  • The Ifo 2 refugee camp in Kenya. People from Somalia, Ethiopia, Burundi, Urganda, Sudan and other countries live here (founded in 2011)

    The Ifo 2 refugee camp in Kenya. People from Somalia, Ethiopia, Burundi, Urganda, Sudan and other countries live here (founded in 2011)

  • The Hagadera refugee camp, Kenya. People from Somalia, Ethiopia, Uganda and Cameroon live here (founded in 1992)

    The Hagadera refugee camp, Kenya. People from Somalia, Ethiopia, Uganda and Cameroon live here (founded in 1992)




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