Unyielding Floods: Restoring Hope
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Award-winning photographer, Peter Caton, and international charity, Action Against Hunger, present an arresting display of photos demonstrating the resilience of farmers facing unyielding floods in South Sudan.
Address:gallery@oxo, Oxo Tower Wharf, Barge House St
Post code:SE1 9PH
Tickets:Free - No need to book in advance
Open hours:Monday - Friday: 11am-6pm, Saturday - Sunday: 12pm-8pm
DescriptionFor three years in a row, unyielding floods have swept away whole villages, destroyed crops and drowned livestock, forcing farmers to flee their homes and leaving families hungry and unable to support themselves.
Without finding ways to adapt to the changing climate, farmers and fisherfolk face a difficult choice: migrate to crowded cities or neighbouring countries in search of work or stay put and face hunger.
In a series of captivating photos from the communities of Old Fangak and Paguir, Peter Caton and Action Against Hunger illustrate how communities are adapting to the changing climate, demonstrating resilience and hope in the face of destruction and despair.
By Tube:Blackfriars or Waterloo
By Train:Blackfriars or Waterloo
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