GOMA

From July 13 to July 14, 1994, 10,000–12,000 refugees per hour crossed the border into Goma as the Great Lakes refugee crisis took shape. The massive influx created a severe humanitarian crisis, as there was an acute lack of shelter, food and water. Shortly after the arrival of nearly one million refugees, a deadly cholera outbreak claimed thousands of lives in the Hutu refugee camps around Goma.

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  • africa
  • war
  • refugees
  • cutpaper
  • drc

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35 x 51 cm
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cut tyvek
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Wind Wood
JOAN SKELTON SMITH

Woodland images reflecting on unseen natural forces

Artwork

70 works in drawingsother

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member for 10 Years

location

Lyon France
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