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Colombia, baby, environment, water, woman
10 September 17 @ 14:20
Canon EOS 5D Mark III
Angie Mercado, 17, lives in El Playón, Carepa, Urabá, Colombia. She has a daughter - Nicole - of 7 months. El Playón is a highly vulnerable neighbourhood on the edge of the river that is subject to rapid erosion by the river, flooding and some houses are on the verge of collapse into the river.
"When it rains hard the river rises, the water comes quickly. There’s no time to get up and get out when a big part of the river bank drops into the river in a storm. If you are there, it can take your house and everyone who is in it. We get scared at night, we can’t sleep, I’ve had to get up when the river is bad, and run out with my daughter, I had to run out when she was just born. It’s very scary. When the riverbank collapses it makes a big noise. There were two small collapses last night, it was really loud, and the river, it’s getting closer and closer. A big collapse will take houses."
"At the same time the water supply from the municipality is broken, we don't get any water."