Between conflict and climate change

The struggle of internally displaced persons in Timbuktu

Aerial view of Timbuktu between flood and desert, after the rainy season. Photo : WFP / Virgo Edgar NGARBAROUM
Abouko aboard his pirogue. Photo: WFP / Virgo Edgar NGARBAROUM
Abouko aboard his pirogue. Photo: WFP / Virgo Edgar NGARBAROUM
Flooded and abandoned houses. Photo: WFP / Virgo Edgar NGARBAROUM
Arriving at Hondoubomokoïna. Photo: WFP / Virgo Edgar NGARBAROUM
Displaced persons in Hondoubomokoïna. Photo: WFP / Virgo Edgar NGARBAROUM
Food vouchers distributed by WFP allow displaced people to feed themselves by buying goods from local traders, also contributing to the local economy. Photo: WFP / Virgo Edgar NGARBAROUM
Mrs. Aminata Cisse and her baby in front of the makeshift arbis which her house is now. Photo: WFP / Virgo Edgar NGARBAROUM
Site welcoming displaced people of Hondoubomokoïna. Photo: WFP / Virgo Edgar NGARBAROUM
Mrs. Aminata Cissé receiving her vouchers. Photo: WFP / Virgo Edgar NGARBAROUM
Mrs. Aminata after exchanging her vouchers for food. Photo: WFP / Bouya Baba
Aminata cooking under her shed. Photo: WFP / Virgo Edgar NGARBAROUM
Aminata with her daughters Photo: WFP / Virgo Edgar NGARBAROUM
Despite the difficult situation, the children of Hondoubomokoïna keep smiling. Photo: WFP / Virgo Edgar NGARBAROUM

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Virgo Edgar Ngarbaroum

Communications Associate @WFP Programme Alimentaire Mondial des Nations Unies au Mali. #SDGs #zerohunger #ODD2