A walk through Arhiba, a slum mostly inhabited by the Afar tribe, the poorest (and sometimes dangerous) area of Djibouti. Arhiba is faced with huge problems of sanitation, extreme malnutrition (Djibouti is expensive and dependent of all imports), tuberculosis, Aids etc...The geostrategical and geopolitical importance of the Republic of Djibouti, located on the Horn of Africa, by the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden, and bordered by Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia.

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A walk through Arhiba, a slum mostly inhabited by the Afar tribe, the poorest (and sometimes dangerous) area of Djibouti. Arhiba is faced with huge problems of sanitation, extreme malnutrition (Djibouti is expensive and dependent of all imports), tuberculosis, Aids etc...The geostrategical and geopolitical importance of the Republic of Djibouti, located on the Horn of Africa, by the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden, and bordered by Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia.


  • Africa
  • Developing country
  • Djibouti
  • Economic problems
  • Filth
  • Geopolitical
  • Gulf of Aden
  • HIT LIST
  • Harbor
  • Horn of africa
  • Islam
  • Muslims
  • Port Hub
  • Red Sea
  • Slums
  • Systematic Keywords
  • Trash
  • famine
  • hunger
  • illness
  • immigrants
  • outdoor
  • photography
  • photojournalism
  • poverty
  • refugees
  • unsanitary