National Geographic Traveler magazine (Poland) has published my story about Zion Church exorcists from Mozambique. This is second publication of this story in Poland in the last couple of months.
One more photo from “Crying Meri” project:
Hellen Alphons (about 38 years old), lost her leg in 2005 in a fight with her drunk husband, Alai Kawa. Alai chopped out Hellen’s right leg with a bush knife in front of their young children, who later called for help. Alai Kawa was arrested by police, but Hellen left her home after the treatment with the fear that her husband might be released. She came back only in 2010 when she found out that Alai died in prison. Nowadays she lives together with Alai’s sister and they both run a small shop in Kundiawa town, Simbu Province.
Interview about my work in Papua New Guinea on gender based violence project for “No Borders Magazine”.
Tearsheet of my interview in “Maiak Portugalii” (Portuguese newspaper for immigrants from ex-USSR in Russian). It was one of the first newspapers in Portugal, which started to publish my articles and photographs few years ago. Unfortunately this interview is available only in offline version of the paper.