Photographer Annabel Werbrouck documents the lives and homes of young Ethiopians who lost their parents to AIDS, struggling to raise their brothers and sisters.
My photographs offer a look at the daily lives of Ethiopian families where the first-born child has become head of the family following the premature deaths of their parents. This is a growing phenomenon across Ethiopia, due above all to the AIDS epidemic.
via La Lettre
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