Few people in Iraq have not suffered from the tragic consequences of the series of wars. For Farida it all began in 1981 when her family was forced to go to Iran. She remained in Iraq with no news from her
Magomed Danaev was eleven when the war first broke out in Chechnya in 1992. He initially took refuge in his village and then abroad; he returned to Grozny in 2000 to live with his family. Curfews, regular water
Her colleagues and friends now call her “the burier”.
For Inass Mouaiid, a 25-year-old Iraqi Red Crescent
volunteer, burying 50 bodies was a gruesome task. But
she also had the courage to carry injured people
Early one morning, at the age of 10, Rohafza Naderi stepped on a landmine just before entering the gate to the school. Despite her young age, she considered her life already finished. But thanks to a supportive