One of the world’s last and most ancient hunter-gatherer societies struggle for survival in northern Tanzania.
Batwa are often called the “Keepers of the Forest” and are one of Africa’s oldest surviving indigenous communities.
Indigenous Kunama people from Eritrea have sought refuge in Badme, Ethiopia, since the deadly Border War between the two rival countries. However, there may be hope for justice in 2018, including Ethiopian withdrawal from disputed areas near the border. Photo Credit: James Jeffrey/Al Jazeera