Wednesday 25 April 2018

In Pictures: Life on the edge in Honduras

Street vendors pictured selling their tortilla’s on the streets of El Progreso , Honduras.Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
Street vendors pictured selling their tortilla’s on the streets of El Progreso , Honduras.Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
American Franchise Pizza Hut in El Progreso, Honduras. Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
A street vendor pictured selling her tortillas on the streets of El Progreso , Honduras. Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
Doris Yamileth Meza Zavala from El Progreso in Honduras, holds a picture of her brother Marvin Leonel Meza Zavala who has been missing for the last 27 years. Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
The streets of El Progreso in Honduras.Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
Doris Yamileth Meza Zavala from El Progreso in Honduras, holds a picture of her brother Marvin Leonel Meza Zavala who has been missing for the last 27 years.Trócaire are working with their partners FONAMIH in El Progreso to help Migrants. Frank Mc Grath
American fast food franchises on streets of El Progreso, Honduras.Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
Angela Aranda who sells dried fish from her street stall in El Progreso Honduras, holds a picture of her daughter Hilda Aracely Aranda who is missing. Frank Mc Grath
Palm oil tree plantation near El Progreso in Honduras.Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
Sugar cane plantation near El Progreso in Honduras.Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
Journalist Leonardo Guevara who works with Radio Progreso who is living with a death threat for his reporting on Migration and Resourse rights.Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
The streets of El Progreso, Honduras.Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
Street vendors pictured selling their tortilla’s on the streets of El Progreso , Honduras.Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
Journalist Leonardo Guevara who works with Radio Progreso who is living with a death threat for his reporting on Migration and Resourse rights.Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
Angela Aranda holds a picture of her daughter Hilda Aracely Aranda who is missing and Juana Oliva Vasques holds a photograph of her son , Carlos Humberto Murillo Oliva who is also missing.Trócaire are working with their partners FONAMIH in El Progreso to help Migrants. Frank Mc Grath
Two men pray on the streets of El Progreso, Honduras. Frank Mc Grath
The streets of El Progreso, Honduras.Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
Doris Yamileth Meza Zavala from El Progreso in Honduras, holds a picture of her brother Marvin Leonel Meza Zavala who has been missing for the last 27 years.Trócaire are working with their partners FONAMIH in El Progreso to help Migrants Frank Mc Grath
Angela Aranda holds a picture of her daughter Hilda Aracely Aranda who is missing and Juana Oliva Vasques holds a photograph of her son , Carlos Humberto Murillo Oliva who is also missing. Frank Mc Grath
Mountains showing the scars of deforestation in the mountains near El Progreso in Honduras.Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
Sugar cane plantation near El Progreso in Honduras.Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
Palm oil tree plantation covers the top of a mountain near El Progreso in Honduras.Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
The beach at Cuyamel near San Pedro Sula, Honduras, where the rising sea levels are forcing people from their homes. Frank Mc Grath
A school boy cycles to school in Cuyamel near San Pedro Sula, Honduras where Trócaire are working with their local partners CASM Omoa to help residents of a coastal community who are losing their home to rising sea levels. Frank Mc Grath
Biologist Gustavo Cabrera shows how much the sea levels have risen at Cuyamel near San Pedro Sula, Honduras , in the background are some boulders which were once in front of a house. Frank Mc Grath
A lady hangs out her washing in Cuyamel near San Pedro Sula, Honduras where Trócaire are working with their local partners CASM Omoa to help residents of a coastal community who are losing their home to rising sea levels. Frank Mc Grath
Candido Zaldivar Flores pictured with his wife Elvia Murcia Dezaldivar in the hut on the local church grounds where they now live. Frank Mc Grath
Candido Zaldivar Flores pictured with his wife Elvia Murcia Dezaldivar and their great grand daughter Kritza [4] at the church on whose grounds they now live, after their home was destroyed by waves during a storm at Cuyamel near San Pedro Sula, Honduras . Frank Mc Grath
School boys cycle along the beach, in Cuyamel near San Pedro Sula, Honduras where Trócaire are working with their local partners CASM Omoa to help residents of a coastal community who are losing their home to rising sea levels. Frank Mc Grath
Two year old Madeline Lopez and her mum Gabriela from Cuyamel near San Pedro Sula in Honduras where Trócaire are working with their local partners CASM Omoa to help residents of a coastal community who are losing their home to rising sea levels. Frank Mc Grath
Candido Zaldivar Flores pictured with his wife Elvia Murcia Dezaldivar in the hut on the local church grounds where they now live.Frank Mc Grath
Fisherman Santos Francisco Diaz Romero from Cuyamel near San Pedro Sula, Honduras where Trócaire are working with their local partners CASM Omoa to help residents of a coastal community who are losing their home to rising sea levels Frank Mc Grath
Four year old Kritza, holds an old picture of her great grand parents Candido Zaldivar Flores and Elvia Murcia Dezaldivar outside their home before it was destroyed by waves during a storm at Cuyamel near San Pedro Sula, Honduras .Frank Mc Grath
A man and his horse make their way along the road near Cuyamel, in Honduras.Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath
The beach at Cuyamel near San Pedro Sula, Honduras, where the rising sea levels are forcing people from their homes. Frank Mc Grath
A young girl and her chick, at Cuyamel near San Pedro Sula, Honduras where Trócaire are working with their local partners CASM Omoa to help residents of a coastal community who are losing their home to rising sea levels. Frank Mc Grath
Twelve year old Javier Bargas pictured on the community soccer pitch which has been destroyed by rubbish brought by sea flooding at Cuyamel near San Pedro Sula, Honduras, where the rising sea levels are forcing people from their homes.Frank Mc Grath
A herdsman and his cattle near Cuyamel in Honduras. Trócaire are working with along with their local partners CASM Omoa to help residents of the Cuyamel coastal community in Honduras, who are losing their home to rising sea levels. Frank Mc Grath
Fisherman Santos Francisco Diaz Romero from Cuyamel near San Pedro Sula, Honduras where Trócaire are working with their local partners CASM Omoa to help residents of a coastal community who are losing their home to rising sea levels. Frank Mc Grath
Fisherman Santos Francisco Diaz Romero from Cuyamel near San Pedro Sula, Honduras where Trócaire are working with their local partners CASM Omoa to help residents of a coastal community who are losing their home to rising sea levels. Frank Mc Grath
Eight year old Maria sits on the steps to a house which was destroyed by storm surge at Cuyamel in Honduras . Frank Mc Grath 26/2/17
The view from a house which was destroyed by storm surge at Cuyamel in Honduras . Frank Mc Grath 26/2/17
The interior of one of the houses in the Esquipulas Bordo [ A bordo is a slum built on a flood plain] in San Pedro Sula in Honduras. Frank Mc Grath
Eighteen year old Anna Riviera pictured at her home in the Esquipulas Bordo [ A bordo is a slum built on a flood plain] in San Pedro Sula in Honduras. Frank Mc Grath 26/2/17
Ingrid Cuevas [12] and Emilia Fuentes [11] pictured in the Esquipulas Bordo. Frank Mc Grath 26/2/17
Four year old Alvaro Jose Cueva pictured with his friend Steven Ramirez [4] in the Esquipulas Bordo [ A bordo is a slum built on a flood plain] in San Pedro Sula in Honduras. Trócaire are working with their partners CASM to educate residents on urban disaster risk reduction. Frank Mc Grath
Eighteen year old Brenda Ramos pictured with her 6 week old baby Dominga, in the Esquipulas Bordo [ A bordo is a slum built on a flood plain] in San Pedro Sula in Honduras. Frank Mc Grath
Young Mothers, Erica Roxana Ramos [18] pictured with her son Axel [10 months] and Eighteen year old Brenda Ramos with her 6 week old baby Dominga, in the Esquipulas Bordo Frank Mc Grath 26/2/17
Children play in the Esquipulas BordoTrócaire are working with their partners CASM to educate residents on urban disaster risk reduction.Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath 26/2/17
Young Mothers,Eighteen year old Brenda Ramos pictured with her 6 week old baby Dominga, and Erica Roxana Ramos [18] with her son Axel [10 months] in the Esquipulas Bordo Picture Credit : Frank Mc Grath 26/2/17
Raul Leira [68] who lives in the Esquipulas Bordo. Trócaire are working with their partners CASM to educate residents on urban disaster risk reduction. Frank Mc Grath
Daily life in the Esquipulas Bordo. Trócaire are working with their partners CASM to educate residents on urban disaster risk reduction. Frank Mc Grath
Rubbish strewn river flood plain at the Esquipulas Bordo. Trócaire are working with their partners CASM to educate residents on urban disaster risk reduction. Picture: Frank Mc Grath
Rubbish strewn river flood plain at the Esquipulas Bordo. Trócaire are working with their partners CASM to educate residents on urban disaster risk reduction. Frank Mc Grath 26/2/17
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