The ‘Surma Boys’ of Ethopia.

9dafa279-844c-417f-80b8-519e4800496f-1020x1020Omo valley, Ethiopia
Surma boys in the lower Omo valley in south-west Ethiopia, which is home to eight different tribes, numbering about 200,000 including the Surma.
A huge hydroelectric dam on the Omo river is being built.
It threatens to destroy a fragile environment and the livelihoods of tribes that rely on the river and its annual flood.
Photograph: Una foto una sonrisa/Survival International
via Indigenous peoples – in pictures | Art and design | The Guardian.

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