Documentary + Humanitarian Photographer
Ramadhan in quarantine
Narrow Alleys of Xamar Weyne
A day at a COVID -19 treatment centre in Somalia
Through my sister's eye
A portrait of Amran and Hawa at Amran's home. Amran and Hawa met in the camps and have been friends since then.
Mother & child bond
Fardosa is a Somali Kenyan documentary and humanitarian photographer based in Mogadishu, Somalia. Her photographic work focuses on daily life, treatment of malnutrition, and the impact of livelihood programs on women in rural Somalia. She is passionate about issues around Gender-based violence, climate change, economic empowerment, and education, all of which are factors that massively impacts communities in rural Somalia. She is a member at womenphotograph.
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