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Sarah Crowe

Sarah Crowe

    Rejecting the cut
    Rejecting the cut
    Ouraye Sall holds up a razor blade and begins to describe, with the detachment of a surgeon, how she once used the tools of her former trade. She...
    Wave brings hope
    Wave brings hope
    Far out on the eastern edge of Africa's horn where no proper roads reach and the airstrip is the desert, the remote Somali fishing village of Hafun...
    Handicapped dance against polio
    Handicapped dance against polio
    In a touching display of muscular singing and rhythmic dancing on stick-like legs with the aid of crutches, the handicapped adults of Theis in...
    Aids leaves 10% of Lesotho's children orphaned
    Aids leaves 10% of Lesotho's children orphaned
    It has pride of place in the quiet Basotho village. Large as life, freshly painted and set on lush rolling lawns with luxury cars in the garage,...
    Lesotho's orphans
    Lesotho's orphans
    It has pride of place in the quiet Basotho village. Large as life, freshly painted and set on lush rolling lawns with luxury cars in the garage,...
    Handicapped, but hopeful
    Handicapped, but hopeful
    Jerry the Geordie* had just been fishing for landmines in the Zambezi River with his bare hands. In two days he had taken out 115 personnel mines...