In recent weeks, Doctors of the World teams in Brussels have been increasingly confronted with homeless people who have no access to overnight shelter or care. © OLIVIER PAPEGNIES
Assignment for « Doctors of The World » partner of the Burkinabe association « Keoogo » which aims to protect children in street situations in Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso.
The problem of girls in street situations, less visible than that of boys, is on the rise in Ouagadougou. The latest national census, carried out in 2017, puts the number of street children at around 9,300, of which almost 20% are girls. And the deteriorating security situation in the country is making matters worse: the 10,000 mark has been passed. © OLIVIER PAPEGNIES
It is there, in a marshy moor, that we had to detect, to guess, the origin of the most destructive torrent that Belgium knew since its independence.
Back in pictures, three months after the floods of July 2021 which ravaged the valley of the Vesdre. ©OLIVIER PAPEGNIES
Between September 27 and November 10, 2021, my work on the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh will be exhibited at Place Sainte-Croix in Brussels. © OLIVIER PAPEGNIES
Publication of my report on the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh in the supplement « Zeno » of the daily newspaper « De Morgen ».
Thanks to Jorne Daems and Ann Van den Broek.
© OLIVIER PAPEGNIES
A small glimpse of my work on unwanted pregnancies in the Ivory Coast and the DRC carried out for Médecins du Monde France exhibited at the Festival Manifesto in Toulouse until October 3rd. This is the first step of my long term project throughout the world…
Spotlight on our profession as photojournalists during the Covid-19 period. An RTBF news team followed us, Roger job and myself… To be seen from the 32nd minute and 24sec.
« Les oubliés du Covid » my work with Médecins Du Monde Belgique on La Libre Belgique. © OLIVIER PAPEGNIES
WORLD PRESS PHOTO 2020 « SPORT STORIES »
My work on « The Gouandé gazelles » was awarded the 2nd prize in category « Sport Stories » World Press Photo 2020 for the series on female football in Benin. This work is part of the WTFoot – The Project in collaboration with collectif Huma and Plan International. I thank all the people who accompanied me during this great adventure and special Laure Derenne for the texts.
Zeebrugge, on the transhumance way to England.