Mongolia – Nyamdulam and her family had been herders in Zavkhan Province, in remote north-west Mongolia for Nyamdulam’s whole life. In Zavkhan Province, Nyamdulam’s family had over 300 head of livestock including sheep, yak, camels, cows and horses.
Don Modesto's face lights up in a special way when he speaks of his beloved Nicaragua. This seems to happen to most migrants when fond memories of loved ones, places, and even smells of their country of origin creep up. But eventually they come back to reality and to the fact that they decided to migrate in search of better economic...
Dressed in his yellow shorts and sports tee, Juan (not his real name), looks like any other kid. He loves soccer, and once a week he trains in a nearby field with the neighborhood team. "I am a mid-fielder," he says with a big smile.
Papua New Guinea - They say a friend in need is a friend indeed. For many people, Enid Barlong Kantha is the epitome of this saying. From a young age, Enid has always had a heart for helping people – a passion that her parents instilled in her at a very young age.
Afghanistan’s Torkham border crossing with Pakistan is the country’s busiest. Nestled between imposing mountains on either side with nothing but stony outcroppings for as far as the eye can see, the bustling highway is an economic lifeline for a country that continues to struggle with a violent insurgency.
People have always been on the move. Migration is not a catastrophe, nor is it an invasion. Often, it is not even an emergency. Throughout human history it has mostly been, simply, one thing: inevitable.