Displaced girl peeking


Millions of people across the world are displaced each year as a result of conflict, violence, human rights violations, natural disasters or development projects. While the majority of the internally displaced people (IDPs) manage to return to their homes in the days or week following their displacement, many remain unable to do so because their homes have been damaged or destroyed, because of continued violence or simply because they are no longer allowed to live on land that has been taken away from them. Some remain in prolonged, or protracted, displacement for months or years with no hope of returning to their homes.

Below you will find links to photos of IDPs taken during IDP assessment missions in Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and the Philippines.


Papua New Guinea

The Philippines