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Fausto Podavini


In October 2022, Chad was hit by one of the worst floods in its history. In a matter of weeks, water flooded houses, schools, hospitals, and cultivated fields. What happened is an example of the effects of climate change, a symbolic image of a future world that risks living life “in apnea.”
In his photographic account, Fausto Podavini documents the story of some among more than 200,000 people forced to live in camps for internally displaced people, as well as the work carried out by Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) to provide healthcare in the Country.


Fausto Podavini (b. 1973, Rome, Italy) is a photoreporter who won the World Press Photo Award (2013 and 2018). He collaborates with various NGOs on a number of reportage projects, in Italy, Peru, Kenya and Ethiopia.

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