War, weather, climate change and terrorism have made millions homeless. UN photographer Muse Mohammed has documented how they have coped
Civil war. Climate change. Starvation. Natural disaster. Terrorism. The causes are many, the results are grimly familiar for tens of millions of people displaced from their homes around the world and forced to find shelter and food often thousands of miles away, in unfamiliar, sometimes unwelcoming regions. Such is the prospect faced by communities around the globe in 2017, as this series of remarkable photographs for the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) – the United Nations agency – by its staff photographer, Muse Mohammed.
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