In a coastal shanty town, tragedy and hope live side by side

Originally published in Dawn Lined with garbage and plastic waste, Machar Colony‚Äôs broken, narrow streets are enveloped by the smell of rotting fish. Young children and youth wander aimlessly. Basic amenities are scarce, unemployment persists and crime is rampant. In most households, men go out to fish while women and children help make ends meet … Continue reading In a coastal shanty town, tragedy and hope live side by side