When Carly Clarke was diagnosed with cancer in 2012, she set out to photograph how she changed during what could have been the last days of her life. Seven years on, by cruel coincidence, she is at her brother’s side, photographing him going through the same ordeal.
For Judith Akelo Otana, she can no longer hold a cup of water still – or bathe herself fully. Ever since her hands began shaking and skin itching, the simple things in life have become near impossible.
Judith is a gold buyer, and has been for most of her adult life. But for her, the way she makes a living – may also be slowly killing her.
For tens of thousands of people in Western Kenya, gold mining is a way of making a living. On informal mines across the region, women use mercury to bring out the gold. But a recent […]
Just how many people lose their lives in Kenya’s gold mines is not known. In informal shafts in the west of the country, poor infrastructure and a lack of safety equipment make an already dangerous […]
As the explosion sounds, a young girl collapses and her mother wails. They had been waiting all night for him to come home – now they know he is dead. A husband and father, he […]
One of the biggest challenges for Europe when it comes to migration is the action of human traffickers. But it’s a problem across the globe. In Africa, child trafficking is a scourge across the continent. […]
CGTN’s Oliver Jarvis investigated the underreported practice of child trafficking in Kenya – speaking to those who had been most affected, and those who were fighting the practice on a new front. To many, this […]