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Forced Displacement in Chocó
Visura Exclusive
Credit: Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno via Visura
Asset ID: VA27900
Caption: Available
Copyright: © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno, 2022
Collection: Environment Feature
Location: Chocó
Topics: Abandonment Abuse Action Birth Black and White Children Civil Rights Civil Wars Combat Community Confrontation Corruption Crime Documentary Dying/Death Editorial Environment Feature Hope Human Rights Landscape Latin America Loss Migration Military Militias Minority Parenting & Family Peace Photography Photojournalism Portraiture Relationships Soldiers Sorrow Still life Teens Veterans Violence War Water Youth

Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno

@ www.jmbb.net Based in USA/Colombia

Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno is a Documentary filmmaker and photographer. He graduated in Film and Photography technologist from UNITEC in Bogotá. He has worked in video, product photography, travel photography, and photojournalism...
Also by Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno —
Quibdó, Chocó, Colombia. Relatives of one of those killed in the massacre in the Basurú area (Itsmina) mourn his loss while waiting for his body outside the San Francisco de Asís Hospital, in Quibdó. After this massacre, this population was displaced and after returning months later they were confined by the action of paramilitary groups. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno. 
Quibdó, Chocó, Colombia. The Tanguiseños expressed themselves against violence and displacement in a march held in the city of Quibdó. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno. 
Tanguí, Chocó, Colombia. General view the houses of the population of Tanguí were left at the moment of the forced displacement caused by the threats of the FARC-EP against this population. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno. 
Quibdó, Chocó, Colombia. The displacement forces to change all the mechanics and the routine of life, it confronts its victims to live difficult and extreme situations. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Quibdó, Chocó, Colombia. The Tanguí families experienced difficult times during their displacement in the city of Quibdó, between October 2007 and January 2008, they returned to their village 3 months later. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Quibdó, Chocó, Colombia. Don Pedro talks about his profession: traditional midwife in Tanguí, while the days go by in the midst of forced displacement. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Quibdó, Chocó, Colombia. During the long, hot afternoons, there was no choice but to wait for the arrival of night, in the shelter for displaced people in the city of Quibdó. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Quibdó, Chocó, Colombia. For brief periods you can see the sun in the Chocó jungle, the displaced Tanguiseños in Quibdó took the opportunity to dry their clothes, so there would be no place to walk. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Quibdó, Chocó, Colombia. All activities must be carried out in community, the bathroom, washing clothes or washing the dishes are done at the time and where it can be done. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Quibdó, Chocó, COlombia. The communal kitchen was something normal for the people of Tanguí during their displacement to the city of Quibdó in October 2007. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Quibdó, Chocó, Colombia. Displaced people are running for their lives and running with what they can carry, sometimes what they are wearing. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Quibdó, Chocó, Colombia. The inhabitants of the "La Arrocera" neighborhood have lived for nearly 5 years in the facilities of an old rice packing plant, in obviously difficult and overcrowded conditions. These people are displaced by the violence of the internal armed conflict and come from different parts of Chocó. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Medio Bojayá, Chocó, Colombia. Inhabitants of the Bojayá River area have seen, know, or have been victims of forced displacement due to the Colombian internal conflict. Displacement directly or indirectly affects all the inhabitants of Chocó. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno. 
Quibdó, Chocó, Colombia. Children are the most affected by forced displacement. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno. 
Quibdó, Chocó, Colombia. A woman from Tanguí waits to leave for her town, to return to her normality. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno. 
Quibdó, Chocó, Colombia. A family hopes that the boat in which they find themselves is loaded to leave for their town, to return to normal life. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno. 
Atrato river, Chocó, Colombia. A woman and a girl sail in one of the boats that take the residents of Tanguí back, after living three months displaced in Quibdó. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Tanguí, Chocó, Colombia. The residents of Tanguí, were able to return to their town, after spending three months displaced in Quibdó, due to threats from the FARC-EP. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
El Doce, Chocó, Colombia. A 14-year-old Emberá mother with her 5-day-old son, still having half the placenta inside her body. One of the peoples hardest hit by the armed conflict and displacement is that of the Emberá. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Santa Rosa, Chocó, Colombia. One of the common activities by all the armed actors present in the Colombian internal conflict is to violate the security of houses and loot them. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Tanguí, Chocó, Colombia. A girl walks with her father's shoes, the day of Tanguí's return, after spending three months displaced in Quibdó. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Santa Rosa, Chocó, Colombia. A priest looks at the damage left by self-defense groups and the army in the school during his stay in Santa Rosa. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno. 
Medio San Juan, Chocó, Colombia. A baby rests in a plastic tub in the middle area of San Juan, in Chocó. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Sipí, Chocó, Colombia. Children leaving class in Sipí, for days everything has been calm, but nevertheless it is latent that the violence returns. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Medio San Juan, Chocó, Colombia. A child cries while being left in the shade by his mother, on the way back to Tanguí. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno. 
Unión Wounaán, Chocó, Colombia. The confrontation between the different actors involved in this area makes food scarce, since its inhabitants are confined to their towns or forced to leave them, as happened in April 2006. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Santa Rosa, Chocó, Colombia. General view of the small town of Santa Rosa, in the area of Medio San Juan, after being displaced by paramilitaries. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Tanguí, Chocó, Colombia. The only resident of Tanguí walks through his empty town, during the visit of a commission to verify the situation of displacement. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.
Tanguí, Chocó, Colombia. Footprints of animals and a man, in the empty town of Tanguí. Its population was displaced by threats from the FARC-EP. © Juan Manuel Barrero Bueno.