Among tens of thousands who made their way through a railway track from serbia to hungary back in 2015 was a syrian refugee father and his ten-year-old daughter whom he carried along the track in roszke, hungary. photo by @mmuheisen#everydayrefugees#muhammedmuheisen
Evening dusk at the largest kachin idp camp, je yang hka camp. 7 years ago this valley was just farm land. je yang is now home to over 8000 displaced kachin. totally over 130,000 have been displaced by the burmese army just in kachin state. the blue roofs are to show the burmese bombers and fighter jets where not to attack. still the camps get hit. photo by naw awng ( himself a je yang resident idp) #everydayrefugees#refugeecamp#refugee#civilwar#burma#everydaymyanmar
Repost from @mmuheisen@toprankrepost#toprankrepost few years ago i captured this image showing a syrian mother and her son shortly after arriving from turkey to the greek island of lesbos. i never got the chance to know more about them, as they were traumatized and exhausted, except that they fled the war in syria and their journey crossing the aegean sea was so scary and they were between life and death. today the syrian war enters its 8th year.......
Regrann from @everydayrefugees - as the war in syria enters its 8th year today, let us be reminded of the most vulnerable ones, the ones who don’t get to choose where they were born or the circumstances surrounding them, victims of war “children”. a syrian refugee mother and her son arriving on the shores of lesbos, greece. photo by @mmuheisen#everydayrefugees#muhammedmuheisen - #regrann
Five years after leaving syria, ilham and her family have finally received their residency cards. after their asylum application to lithuania was denied, the family applied for asylum in greece. they’ve been in greece for 2 years and we’ve been following ilham’s story since she was 9 months pregnant in oreokastro refugee camp in thessaloniki. baby faraj born on october 2, 2017 in thessaloniki. like many syrian refugees, ilham and her husband minhel love greece but they don’t know how they will be able to raise the family if they can’t find a job - the asylum status in greece comes with free health care and education but without financial support. pictured here, a family photo outside the thessaloniki’s asylum office after getting their residency cards
Around the end of the year 2015, thousands of people waited in tovarnik, croatia, to board a train and continue their journey to western europe. seen in this image a syrian refugee mother changing her baby's diaper on the railway track of the station in croatia. photo by @mmuheisen#everydayrefugees#muhammedmuheisen