Bahati is one of more than one hundred thousand Congolese living, displaced, in camps in the east of the country. Left on his own after all his family were killed, he fled to the ‘safety’ of a camp for displaced persons. Bahati tells his story of trying to survive the war – the world’s deadliest conflict since the second world war.
This is one of four photofilm’s created by duckrabbit for MSF’s campaign Condition Critical, to give voice to the pain and trauma of those caught up in the conflict, bearing witness to their dignity and attempts to survive the conflict.
Photography: Martin Beaulieu, Yasuyoshi Chiba, Robin Meldrum
Interviews: Robin Meldrum
Translator: Louis Mutarutwa
Music: Kevin Macleod, Jean Nine, Dub Jay
A duckrabbit production