Children play in the floodwaters of the Congo River in rainy season. Villages are transformed and flooded in this period, leaving inhabitants living in boats for 4-5 months of the year. 2002.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Artisanal gold miners in Wasta, northeastern Congo. Most of these miners are combatants who have controlled mineral-rich areas and are profiting from their exploitation. This pit was excavated over nine months by hand. 2004.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 A child soldier rides back to his base in Ituri district, northeastern Congo. 2003.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Opangi Molati, five, in Tchomia camp after being displaced by nearby fighting. Around 30,000 displaced people live in this area with limited supplies and virtually no international help. 2006.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 The Catholic mission near Kanyabayonga is sanctuary to many as clashes between CNDP rebels and government forces rage a few kilometers away. 2008.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 An early-morning religious service in the Gety displaced camp, just days before the historic 2006 elections. 2006.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Ina Maluba, four, from Mabwe village, waits to be treated for malaria in a hospital operated by the aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF). His mother looks after another child, who suffers from acute malnourishment. 2005.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 A UN armoured personnel carrier responds to fighting in the bush in Ituri district. 2006.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Displaced people bring back water to their camp in Goma after fleeing fighting in Karuba and Mushake. Fighting rages between government forces and rebels in Karuba, North Kivu province. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Children at a centre for street kids in Kinshasa. Many children are made homeless after being accused of being sorcerers when a family suffers bad luck and economic hardship. 2005.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 The funeral of ten-month-old Mapenzi Boloma who died from diarrhea and vomiting a few days after arriving in the Gety camp. She was one of eighteen people who died that day, just before the historic elections in Congo. 2006.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 A child soldier with the Mayi-Mayi militia waits in Kanyabyonga as CNDP rebels advance. He was recruited while young men in the area were being abducted by the rebel forces. He didn’t want to be forced to fight, so he volunteered with the Mayi-Mayi. 2008.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Gold miners pack up in the evening to return to their camp. 2004.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 A child gold miner in Watsa, northeastern Congo. 2004.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Diamond dealers buy stones in Mbuji-Mayi, Congo’s diamond centre. Many dealers become pastors in order to use religious influence to convince their congregation to join the diamond trade. Approximately three million people live in the diamond town, where most agriculture has ceased and been replaced by the diamond rush.  2005.  Inquire about this image       
       
     
 Refugees flee south after a rebel attack on Bule and Fataki, northeastern Congo. 2003.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 After fleeing fighting weeks before, voters return to their home villages, where they’re registered to vote. They walk for days to reach the voting areas, braving both predatory militia and government soldiers.  2006.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Opangi Molati, five, in Tchomia camp after being displaced by nearby fighting. Around 30,000 displaced people live in this area with limited supplies and virtually no international help. 2006.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 An early-morning religious service in the Gety displaced camp, just days before the historic 2006 elections. 2006.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 A UN armored personnel carrier responds to fighting in the bush in Ituri district. 2006.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Sudanese displaced take refuge under a tree in Disa, Northern Darfur out of the heat of the day and out of view of the Antanov responsible for the bombing, there are estimated to be 2,000,000 displaced in Darfur who are trapped on the east, west and south by government troops and in the north by the desert wasteland which will certainly claim the lives of their livestock and weaker members of their family. 2004.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Displaced people fish in the evening on the Congo River outside Nyonga, Katanga province. 2005.  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Lake Upemba, Katanga province. 2005  Inquire about this image
       
     
 Children play in the floodwaters of the Congo River in rainy season. Villages are transformed and flooded in this period, leaving inhabitants living in boats for 4-5 months of the year. 2002.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Children play in the floodwaters of the Congo River in rainy season.
Villages are transformed and flooded in this period, leaving inhabitants living in boats for 4-5 months of the year. 2002.
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 Artisanal gold miners in Wasta, northeastern Congo. Most of these miners are combatants who have controlled mineral-rich areas and are profiting from their exploitation. This pit was excavated over nine months by hand. 2004.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Artisanal gold miners in Wasta, northeastern Congo. Most of these miners are combatants who have controlled mineral-rich areas and are profiting from their exploitation. This pit was excavated over nine months by hand. 2004.
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 A child soldier rides back to his base in Ituri district, northeastern Congo. 2003.  Inquire about this image
       
     

A child soldier rides back to his base in Ituri district, northeastern Congo. 2003.
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 Opangi Molati, five, in Tchomia camp after being displaced by nearby fighting. Around 30,000 displaced people live in this area with limited supplies and virtually no international help. 2006.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Opangi Molati, five, in Tchomia camp after being displaced by nearby fighting. Around 30,000 displaced people live in this area with limited supplies and virtually no international help. 2006.
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 The Catholic mission near Kanyabayonga is sanctuary to many as clashes between CNDP rebels and government forces rage a few kilometers away. 2008.  Inquire about this image
       
     

The Catholic mission near Kanyabayonga is sanctuary to many as clashes between CNDP rebels and government forces rage a few kilometers away. 2008.
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 An early-morning religious service in the Gety displaced camp, just days before the historic 2006 elections. 2006.  Inquire about this image
       
     

An early-morning religious service in the Gety displaced camp, just days before the historic 2006 elections. 2006.
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 Ina Maluba, four, from Mabwe village, waits to be treated for malaria in a hospital operated by the aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF). His mother looks after another child, who suffers from acute malnourishment. 2005.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Ina Maluba, four, from Mabwe village, waits to be treated for malaria in a hospital operated by the aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF). His mother looks after another child, who suffers from acute malnourishment. 2005.
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 A UN armoured personnel carrier responds to fighting in the bush in Ituri district. 2006.  Inquire about this image
       
     

A UN armoured personnel carrier responds to fighting in the bush in Ituri district. 2006.
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 Displaced people bring back water to their camp in Goma after fleeing fighting in Karuba and Mushake. Fighting rages between government forces and rebels in Karuba, North Kivu province. 2007.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Displaced people bring back water to their camp in Goma after fleeing fighting in Karuba and Mushake. Fighting rages between government forces and rebels in Karuba, North Kivu province. 2007.
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 Children at a centre for street kids in Kinshasa. Many children are made homeless after being accused of being sorcerers when a family suffers bad luck and economic hardship. 2005.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Children at a centre for street kids in Kinshasa. Many children are made homeless after being accused of being sorcerers when a family suffers bad luck and economic hardship. 2005.
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 The funeral of ten-month-old Mapenzi Boloma who died from diarrhea and vomiting a few days after arriving in the Gety camp. She was one of eighteen people who died that day, just before the historic elections in Congo. 2006.  Inquire about this image
       
     

The funeral of ten-month-old Mapenzi Boloma who died from diarrhea and vomiting a few days after arriving in the Gety camp. She was one of eighteen people who died that day, just before the historic elections in Congo. 2006.
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 A child soldier with the Mayi-Mayi militia waits in Kanyabyonga as CNDP rebels advance. He was recruited while young men in the area were being abducted by the rebel forces. He didn’t want to be forced to fight, so he volunteered with the Mayi-Mayi. 2008.  Inquire about this image
       
     

A child soldier with the Mayi-Mayi militia waits in Kanyabyonga as CNDP rebels advance. He was recruited while young men in the area were being abducted by the rebel forces. He didn’t want to be forced to fight, so he volunteered with the Mayi-Mayi. 2008.
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 Gold miners pack up in the evening to return to their camp. 2004.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Gold miners pack up in the evening to return to their camp. 2004.
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 A child gold miner in Watsa, northeastern Congo. 2004.  Inquire about this image
       
     

A child gold miner in Watsa, northeastern Congo. 2004.
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 Diamond dealers buy stones in Mbuji-Mayi, Congo’s diamond centre. Many dealers become pastors in order to use religious influence to convince their congregation to join the diamond trade. Approximately three million people live in the diamond town, where most agriculture has ceased and been replaced by the diamond rush.  2005.  Inquire about this image       
       
     

Diamond dealers buy stones in Mbuji-Mayi, Congo’s diamond centre. Many dealers become pastors in order to use religious influence to convince their congregation to join the diamond trade. Approximately three million people live in the diamond town, where most agriculture has ceased and been replaced by the diamond rush.  2005.
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 Refugees flee south after a rebel attack on Bule and Fataki, northeastern Congo. 2003.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Refugees flee south after a rebel attack on Bule and Fataki, northeastern Congo. 2003.
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 After fleeing fighting weeks before, voters return to their home villages, where they’re registered to vote. They walk for days to reach the voting areas, braving both predatory militia and government soldiers.  2006.  Inquire about this image
       
     

After fleeing fighting weeks before, voters return to their home villages, where they’re registered to vote. They walk for days to reach the voting areas, braving both predatory militia and government soldiers.  2006.
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 Opangi Molati, five, in Tchomia camp after being displaced by nearby fighting. Around 30,000 displaced people live in this area with limited supplies and virtually no international help. 2006.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Opangi Molati, five, in Tchomia camp after being displaced by nearby fighting. Around 30,000 displaced people live in this area with limited supplies and virtually no international help. 2006.
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 An early-morning religious service in the Gety displaced camp, just days before the historic 2006 elections. 2006.  Inquire about this image
       
     

An early-morning religious service in the Gety displaced camp, just days before the historic 2006 elections. 2006.
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 A UN armored personnel carrier responds to fighting in the bush in Ituri district. 2006.  Inquire about this image
       
     

A UN armored personnel carrier responds to fighting in the bush in Ituri district. 2006.
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 Sudanese displaced take refuge under a tree in Disa, Northern Darfur out of the heat of the day and out of view of the Antanov responsible for the bombing, there are estimated to be 2,000,000 displaced in Darfur who are trapped on the east, west and south by government troops and in the north by the desert wasteland which will certainly claim the lives of their livestock and weaker members of their family. 2004.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Sudanese displaced take refuge under a tree in Disa, Northern Darfur out of the heat of the day and out of view of the Antanov responsible for the bombing, there are estimated to be 2,000,000 displaced in Darfur who are trapped on the east, west and south by government troops and in the north by the desert wasteland which will certainly claim the lives of their livestock and weaker members of their family. 2004.
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 Displaced people fish in the evening on the Congo River outside Nyonga, Katanga province. 2005.  Inquire about this image
       
     

Displaced people fish in the evening on the Congo River outside Nyonga, Katanga province. 2005.
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 Lake Upemba, Katanga province. 2005  Inquire about this image
       
     

Lake Upemba, Katanga province. 2005
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