Everything will be fine

Due to some recent incidents, my big project is not progressing as much as I would like to. And although I was supposed to be in Switzerland, celebrating the wedding of a close friend, I’m stuck in Sudan. By chance, after one month in El Fasher, working on different photo assignments, I’ve been sent to Khartoum for two days. At least, it gives me some time and space for pampering in a nice hotel. Next stop… Switzerland. In 6 weeks… Inch’allah.


09 October 2011: A classroom in Abu Shouk IDP camp. Schoolboys and girls seat on the floor, on a thin carpet and can be up to 100 per class. [Click on the picture to enlarge it].

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3 comments

  1. T’envoie plein d’ondes positives pour ton projet et te félicite pour ton livre, vraiment bien, on l’a reçu par Blurb 🙂 Et quand tu passes en Suisse, apéro obligatoire, ok ? Bises de la smala, Sophie & co’

  2. Merci!! Maintenant je sais qui est LA seule et unique personne a avoir achete mon livre ahahah 🙂
    Pour l’apero, je suis tout a fait partant! Me rejouis.
    Biz a toute la famille

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