www.diegoibarra.com Diego Ibarra Sánchez is a documentary photographer, filmmaker , and educator, based in Lebanon, who specializes in in-depth long-form visual stories. He has been contributing to THE NEW YORK TIMES since 2012,...
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On 29 September 2022, Zhytomyr, Ukraine. Portrait of Dasah, 16, inside her destroyed school. Lyceum #25 in Zhytomyr was completely ruined on the morning of 4 March by a missile strike. She studied here for the last 11 years. “I want to become a soldier to defend my country”. The MOES states that 2,601 education institutions (education institutions including schools, universities, and other facilities) have been damaged and 309 have been completely destroyed. UNICEF currently is assisting 1,154 schools (almost 10% of all schools) and will soon increase support to stand-alone kindergartens as well. UNICEF/ Diego Ibarra Sánchez Zhytomyr Ukraine
A view of a destroyed classroom, through a hole in a wall, shows the scars of the war inside the school of Tel Ruman. April 13th, 2016. Hasakah. Syria. The school remains closed after ISIS attacked it in July 2015. Syria
On 6 March 2022. Mosul, Iraq. Portrait of Yousef, 12 years old, Jummuria Secondary school. He dreams to become police officer. The school was severely damaged by shelling during the war in Mosul. Explosive weapons kill and main children and leave them with deep psychological scars. Whether or not they are direct targets when explosive weapons are deployed in populated areas schools and hospitals are often damaged beyond repair. Diego Ibarra Sánchez for UNICEF
Premio Internacional de Fotografía Esperanza Pertusa.
diego ibarra sanchez
Jun 20, 2023
I am extremely honored to receive the Premio Internacional de Fotografía Esperanza Pertusa 2023Premio Internacional de Fotografía Esperanza Pertusa.