The global award in photography and sustainability

Ed Kashi
In Fort Dauphin people live in overcrowded residential quarters with little or no access to sanitation or fresh water. The recent arrival of Rio Tinto’s ilmenite mining operations has made conditions much worse as unemployed people migrate from rural villages in search of work.

In Fort Dauphin people live in overcrowded residential quarters with little or no access to sanitation or fresh water. The recent arrival of Rio Tinto’s ilmenite mining operations has made conditions much worse as unemployed people migrate from rural villages in search of work.

Series: Madagascar: A Land Out of Balance
2010
Madagascar

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