They manage to survive somehow.
“In Europe, due to agricultural aid, the cow receives an average of $2.9 per day. In many parts of Africa people live on less than $1 a day. So, it’s better to live in Europe like a cow in Africa — as a man” (Joseph Stiglitz, Nobel laureate in Economics), reports the Chronicle.info with reference for a Fresher.
From 1993 to 2006, a civil war ravaged Burundi. Listed as dead, more than 300,000 people. Ten years after the official end of the war, the country is still trying to get to his feet. After the war, the poverty of the population increased from 48% to 67%, and it is the second line of a world rating. The country is landlocked and resource poor, the manufacturing sector is undeveloped, and all this makes Burundi is dependent on foreign aid. The median age — 17 years, with almost half of the population — about 46% — children up to 14.
This photo project tells about the life of rural Burundi. But the core of the photo collection were portraits of “object”. The villagers of the bug, the poorest in the southern region, represented the most precious object that they own.