1996 Photo Contest, Daily Life, Honorable mention



01 January, 1995

In a refugee camp in Zaire (DR Congo), Rwandan Hutu children who fled their country during the 1994 Rwandan Genocide and who have lost their family, are at a school created by refugee teachers to maintain the education of the children. From April to July 1994 some one-and-a-half million Rwandans fled their country. In the confusion, 27,000 children were separated from their families.

About the photographer


Reza is a philanthropist, idealist, humanist, architect, multimedia artist and photojournalist, primarily for National Geographic. He has traveled the world over the last 30 year...

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