The African country of Ethiopia has an overwhelming number of orphans known as the ‘Lost Generation’. Here around five million children have lost one or both parents to famine, war, and disease, in particular AIDS. Many live on the streets scrounging for food and shelter in a daily struggle to survive. In 2011 Australian photographer Kerry Pryor first visited Ethiopia’s Beyond the Orphanage foundation, an organisation that works with children who have lost both parents, placing them in what she calls “a new dynamic of foster care”.
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