With their beautifully adorned clothes, Collagua indigenous women might look fragile to some people who would judge her from her looks. However, the reality is quite different. Gabina's routine starts very early in the morning. After sending her kids to school, she takes care of her mother, a 78 years old seamstress that teached Gabina how to sew. Then, Gabina walks more than two hours up the mountains of the Colca Valley, in Peru, to plant/harvest vegetables as corn and quinua. When she's not farming, she is at Yanque's square selling tourists some artcrafts
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addresses members of his right-wing party bloc at a conference in Tel Aviv, Israel November 17, 2019 #israelilolitics#photojournalism#bibism
“Conditions are abysmal, and aid organizations and local volunteer networks appear to be the only safety net keeping the situation in the camps from deteriorating into an even larger humanitarian crisis.
Local coalition Team Brownsville recently used donations to pay for 10 extra port-a-potties at the camp. The initial five units were overflowing until a local volunteer shoveled the human waste out himself, according to residents.
The dirt path along the Rio Grande nearest the checkpoint is littered with human feces and used toilet paper. Residents have limited access to sanitary products and necessities like diapers.” Link in bio.