Giles Duley

Galleries: IOM/UNHCR, Angola. 2007

A lack of medicine means children in many provinces are dying from treatable illnesses. This young boy was dying from malaria. His brother had passed away the week before.Luau, 2007
Children gather at the resettlement camp in Lunachi.These refugees returned to Angola only for floods to destroy their homes. They are now living in tented villages supplied by IOM.Cazombo, 2007
Young girls at the resettlement camp Lunachi.Cazombo, 2007
Until the recent end of the civil war many of these children had never been to their homelands. Born in the refugee camps of Zambia, they now find themselves outsiders within their own country. Speaking a different language and with nothing apart from the tents they live in, they face an uncertain future. Cazombo, 2007
With malaria prevalent, the IOM is trying to distribute as many mosquito nets as possible. Without enough nets to go around, the priority is for mothers with young children, the under fives and the pregnant.Cazombo, 2007
A young girls peers through her mosquito net.Cazombo, 2007
A pregnant girl rests in her tent. She too was born in a camp.Cazombo, 2007
Children sing and clap at the opening of their new school.Luau, 2007
Despite having no chairs or desks, young children listen attentively. Their school had opened the week before.Cazombo, 2007
Often walking for miles, Angolan children show a constant determination to learn.Cazombo, 2007
Two boys swim while their mother washes their clothes.Luau, 2008