Between horror and hope in the villages of Ituri

“We have buried twenty-eight people. I have seen them with my own eyes. We also found three bodies in the fields and buried them...

Fleeing war, weaving life in IDP camps of Bunia

He moves aside the curtain, thin as gauze, and then bends over. The darkness dazzles for a few seconds when one enters the house—actually,...

Disability in Goma. The power of staying together against Covid-19, war, and stigma.

Sylvain Kakule Kadjibwami lost the use of his legs during one of those ambushes that bloodlessly bleed North Kivu. “When I was shot, I...

Ten-year-old Romeo, 2800 km on foot to hug his Grandma. Raising funds for refugee...

One step, then another, and another again, despite the heat, cold, fatigue, and sleepiness. So many little steps for just one hug. It takes a...

Afghanistan, hope fading in the midst of fear and silence

Distant and blurred, as if it belongs to the past, the war in Afghanistan has never been so fierce and forgotten. On the 7th...

The struggle for land and food in the locked-down Philippines

The struggle for land and food
in the locked-down Philippines

COVID-19, the tenacity of the Italian small farmers

A small piece of land, few people to cultivate it; families, mostly. The fruit of every season’s work consumed at home, sold in...

Helping the homeless of Rome combat COVID-19

Behind the Tiburtina Station, in the East of Rome, with just a small covered area protecting from the inclemency of the weather, sleeping close...

Refugee journalists, the challenge of reporting from exile

Abdulwahab Tahhan is a journalist and a refugee. From his exile in London, he documents the war that is devastating his homeland of Syria,...