There are currently hundreds of women alleged to be ‘witches’ living in five camps across northern Ghana facing a lack of human rights and discrimination.
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The Mlabri are one of the smallest ethnic groups living in Thailand, numbering about 400 people.
In a period of about twenty years they made a transition …
Rohingyas are a Muslim minority in Myanmar regarded by many Myanmar Buddhists as illegal migrants from Bangladesh. They are denied citizenship in Myanmar and …
Provoked by my inner curiosity into the UFO scene in the United Kingdom, A Hand Shake with a Martian is a personal investigation into…
If there has been anything discovered in recent years, it is that women come in all shapes, sizes, and colors and that’s okay. This project is intended to highlight all those differences in …
Today the bunkers of Albania resemble the abandoned ruins of ancient temples, which sometimes surrealistically supplement the urban or rural landscapes of the country.
The cemeteries of Manila (the capital of the Philippines) are huge communities on the margins of society. With their own structures and manners of functioning, they are home to small houses, markets, eateries, and many shacks, in a situation that borders extreme poverty.
The port of Kafountine, in the Senegalese region of Casamance, attracts every morning hundreds of go-getters coming from West African countries. Here fish is the precious pearl of the ocean.
Love and Life of Hemraj Dogra, a PhD scholar at The University of Delhi, fighting the societal demons surrounding the love stories of the visually impaired persons.
They adapt naturally to the environment, despite the coldness, and receive in return life and prosperity: they are Mongolia’s Nomads.
Drying of paddy grains are one of the most important step before sending them to Rice mill. Drying reduces grain moisture level to a safe benchmark which is suitable for storage. When rice is harvested it consist of 20 – 30% moisture & high moisture in a grain can destroy the entire sample or encourage development of molds, and increase the likelihood of attack from pests.
Pollution from human activities is changing the earth’s climate. We see the damage that a disrupted climate can do on our coasts, our forests, mountains, and cities. Those impacts will grow more severe unless we start Rethink, Reduce and Recycle.