Winner of the third Carmignac Gestion Photojournalism Award in 2011, Robin Hammond has now chosen to illustrate the humanitarian crisis touching Zimbabwe, today plunged deep in chaos and poverty. He spent six months in the country at the beginning of 2012, under extremely difficult and dangerous conditions and produced the series entitled 'Your wounds will be named silence'.
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