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marcus bleasdale  Photographer @ National Geographic Magazine and Human Rights Watch. On assignment in Central African Republic for @natgeo www.congokidsinitiative.org

A very quick trip to visit some special people looking after some needy orphans #kenya #elephants #elephantorphanage #sheldrickwildlifetrust

Thrilled to get my new drobo working. It’s a fantastic way of securing 20 years of archives in one place with seagate drives therealdrobo https://www.instagram.com/therealdrobo/ & Seagate https://www.instagram.com/seagate/

Last chance to enter the Eurodis photo award.
What does it mean for you, your friends, family or the person you care for to live with a rare disease?
The EURORDIS Photo Award is an opportunity to visually express the reality of living with a rare disease and to share your rare disease story.
Submit your photo before 31 January 2018 to be in with a chance of winning the EURORDIS Photo Award 2018.
The Photo Award is one of the 13 EURORDIS Black Pearl Awards presented in recognition of the outstanding achievements and exceptional work of people making a difference for the rare disease community.
The last EURORDIS Photo Contest saw nearly 400 people from 54 different countries around the world submit a photo.
https://www.eurordis.org/news/submit-your-photo-eurordis-photo-award
@eurordis

Last chance to enter the Eurodis photo award.
What does it mean for you, your friends, family or the person you care for to live with a rare disease?
The EURORDIS Photo Award is an opportunity to visually express the reality of living with a rare disease and to share your rare disease story.
Submit your photo before 31 January 2018 to be in with a chance of winning the EURORDIS Photo Award 2018.
The Photo Award is one of the 13 EURORDIS Black Pearl Awards presented in recognition of the outstanding achievements and exceptional work of people making a difference for the rare disease community.
The last EURORDIS Photo Contest saw nearly 400 people from 54 different countries around the world submit a photo.
https://www.eurordis.org/news/submit-your-photo-eurordis-photo-award
@eurordis

I am looking forward to judging the Eurordis photo award later this month.
What does it mean for you, your friends, family or the person you care for to live with a rare disease?
The EURORDIS Photo Award is an opportunity to visually express the reality of living with a rare disease and to share your rare disease story.
Submit your photo before 31 January 2018 to be in with a chance of winning the EURORDIS Photo Award 2018.
The Photo Award is one of the 13 EURORDIS Black Pearl Awards presented in recognition of the outstanding achievements and exceptional work of people making a difference for the rare disease community.
The last EURORDIS Photo Contest saw nearly 400 people from 54 different countries around the world submit a photo.
https://www.eurordis.org/news/submit-your-photo-eurordis-photo-award
@eurordis

I am looking forward to judging the Eurordis photo award later this month.
What does it mean for you, your friends, family or the person you care for to live with a rare disease?
The EURORDIS Photo Award is an opportunity to visually express the reality of living with a rare disease and to share your rare disease story.
Submit your photo before 31 January 2018 to be in with a chance of winning the EURORDIS Photo Award 2018.
The Photo Award is one of the 13 EURORDIS Black Pearl Awards presented in recognition of the outstanding achievements and exceptional work of people making a difference for the rare disease community.
The last EURORDIS Photo Contest saw nearly 400 people from 54 different countries around the world submit a photo.
https://www.eurordis.org/news/submit-your-photo-eurordis-photo-award
@eurordis

As part of an awareness campaign, I am posting archive images taken for @humanrightswatch and @natgeo in Central African Republic over the past four years. The conflict is still ongoing and escalating in some areas. ⠀
The sister of Vanessa mourns for her after she was shot by Muslims close to her home in Kilo 5, Bangui. Five people were killed overnight and just after this photograph was taken, her cousin was killed by Rwandan soldiers as he was killing a muslim in a revenge attack. Jan 2014

As part of an awareness campaign, I am posting archive images taken for @humanrightswatch and @natgeo in Central African Republic over the past four years. The conflict is still ongoing and escalating in some areas. ⠀
Anti Balaka on the road to Boda. They are going there to attack the muslim residents who remain there. Previous the muslims were protected by the seleka but they fled leaving the civilians to their fate. Over 40 muslims have been killed in the town in 5 days and nearly 50 Christians. Feb 2014

As part of an awareness campaign, I am posting archive images taken for @humanrightswatch and @natgeo in Central African Republic over the past four years. The conflict is still ongoing and escalating in some areas. ⠀
Muslims flee the town of Bangui together with Chadian special forces. Over 10,000 peole leave the city for Chad on a huge convoy as the Muslim population is forced out of the country by the population of CAR. Feb 2014

As part of an awareness campaign, I am posting archive images taken for @humanrightswatch and @natgeo in Central African Republic over the past four years. The conflict is still ongoing and escalating in some areas. ⠀
The mother of Eliam Fedongare 24, greets him and celebrates as he arrives home wirth his father Jean de Dieux. They were abducted in their farm by Seleka as they fled Bangui to carry their belongings for them. They were forced marched through the bush for 9 days and 4 of the others who were taken were shot and killed when they became too tired to continue. They escaped during an attack on a local village. Jan 2014

As part of an awareness campaign, I am posting archive images taken for @humanrightswatch and @natgeo in Central African Republic over the past four years. The conflict is still ongoing and escalating in some areas. ⠀
A funeral of a young man 24 years old who died due to lack of access to medication. This is the real killer in these conflicts when the health structure falls apart and people can not access life saving treatment. Jan 2014

As part of an awareness campaign, I am posting archive images taken for @humanrightswatch and @natgeo in Central African Republic over the past four years. The conflict is still ongoing and escalating in some areas. ⠀
Rwandan Troops patrol the streets of Bangui during the curfew. Jan 2014

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