Nebaj, Guatemala. ICRC supports families of missing persons with the financial support of coffins, transportions and other costs related to burials. ICRC/Daniele Volpe
Tyre, Lebanon. Parents remember their missing children. ICRC/Ghaith Tahtah
Pilote Barre village, Senegal. ICRC helps families of missing migrants like Ndeye, 66, whose son went missing at age 21 when he left to become a fisherman. ICRC/Jose Cendon
Gorlvoka, Ukraine. The ICRC helps families find relatives. ICRC/Pieter-Jan De Pue
Ndiebène village, Senegal. Khady, 32 year old, the wife of a missing migrant, benefits from a psychosocial project led by the ICRC and Senegalese Red Cross Society. ICRC/Jose Cendon
Pilote Barre village, Senegal. Insa, 56, had a son that went missing at age 20. He and his wife participate in an ICRC psychological support group and he serves as the president of the association of families of missing migrants in his village. ICRC/Jose Cendon
Huamanga, Peru. Angélica Mendoza's son has been missing since 1983. She is showing a photo of her son when he was 19 years old. ICRC/Giorgio Negro
Photographer : NEGRO, GIORGIO
Saint-Louis region, Senegal. Khady, the wife of a missing migrant, benefits from a psychosocial project led by the ICRC and Senegalese Red Cross Society. She also attends literacy class and a program of financing and socio-economic support. ICRC/Jose Cendon
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