Daily Life In Mozambique

A young boy in a small village heavily affected by the AIDS virus near Mambone, Mozambique. (2005)

 

Photojournalist Andy Clark is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  These photographs are from his project ‘Mozambique‘. To see Andy’s body of work click on any image.

 

Amelia, (R) and her sister Mamdiuana, live alone, orphaned after both parents died from the AIDS virus in a small village near Mambone, Mozambique. (2005)

Amelia, (R) and her sister Mamdiuana, live alone, orphaned after both parents died from the AIDS virus in a small village near Mambone, Mozambique. (2005)

 

A care giver for people with HIV Aids takes time to herself at a small hospital complex that serves the surrounding area in Tchemulane, Mozambique. (2005)

A care giver for people with HIV Aids takes time to herself at a small hospital complex that serves the surrounding area in Tchemulane, Mozambique. (2005)

 

A young girl reads a book on HIV Aids outside her Primary School after classes were dismissed for the day in Mausse, Mozambique. (2005)

A young girl reads a book on HIV Aids outside her Primary School after classes were dismissed for the day in Mausse, Mozambique. (2005)

 

Wooden feet used as prosthetics, for landmine victims, sit in a pile on a workshop floor at a small hospital complex in Tchemulane, Mozambique. Long forgotten landmines from past conflicts claim many lives and limbs each year. (2005)

Wooden feet used as prosthetics, for landmine victims, sit in a pile on a workshop floor at a small hospital complex in Tchemulane, Mozambique. Long forgotten landmines from past conflicts claim many lives and limbs each year. (2005)

 

Local fisherman return to shore with their catch on a small river near Mambone, Mozambique. (2005)

Local fisherman return to shore with their catch on a small river near Mambone, Mozambique. (2005)

 

Young girl reads there words on a classroom chalkboard while learning English at a school near Xia-Xia, Mozambique. (2005)

Young girl reads there words on a classroom chalkboard while learning English at a school near Xia-Xia, Mozambique. (2005)

 

Care givers offer prayers over HIV AIDS victim Arlindo in his hut in a small village outside of Mambone, Mozambique. (2005)

Care givers offer prayers over HIV AIDS victim Arlindo in his hut in a small village outside of Mambone, Mozambique. (2005)

 

A young boy helps his sister (no names) by pulling her and wheelchair across a Primary school playground in Mausse. The school has a localy-intergrated network in HIV/AIDS activities. The group includes 35 pupils and 5 teachers

A young boy helps his sister (no names) by pulling her and wheelchair across a Primary school playground in Mausse. The school has a localy-intergrated network in HIV/AIDS activities. The group includes 35 pupils and 5 teachers

 

Arlindo, suffering from chronic HIV and unable to walk lies near a bottle of natural herbs he uses to relieve his pain. Arlindo lives in small village on edge of Vilankulos, Mozambique. (2005)

Arlindo, suffering from chronic HIV and unable to walk lies near a bottle of natural herbs he uses to relieve his pain. Arlindo lives in small village on edge of Vilankulos, Mozambique. (2005)

 

Stormy weather moves in over the Central market during in Mombane, Mozambique at sunset. (2005)

Stormy weather moves in over the Central market during in Mombane, Mozambique at sunset. (2005)

 

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