1601, Section: Photo Essay
Published on 3 June 2013 by Yemen Times Staff in Photo Essay
Last Thursday, Radio Yemen Times’ Hand in Hand initiative, the cooperation of the secretariat of Sana’a planted about 4,000 small trees in 1o green areas and orchards, or mukashem, in Old Sana’a.
Published on 5 November 2012 by Amal Al-Yarisi in Photo Essay
Many young Yemenis are starting their own small businesses to make a living. Some went to college, some are still in high school and others never completed their studies.
Published on 24 September 2012 by Samar Qaed in Photo Essay
Across Sana’a, monuments pay hommage to the history of both the capital city and of Yemen. There are not a high number of monuments to be found in the city, not even in the country as a whole, and what has been built is routinely subject to negligence and misuse.
Published on 30 August 2012 by Amal Al-Yarisi in Photo Essay
On a small plot of land in Haseba, there lies the Al-Ramah slum with several torn cartoon and tarp tents. This land has been housing the marginalized, dubbed Akh dam (slaves). Necessities of life, such as water and electricity, are utterly unavailable to them.
Published on 25 August 2012 by Ahlam Mohsen in Photo Essay
Outside the immigration and passport center in Sana’a, a group of African refugees live in tarp and rope tents, their belongings surrounding them. They used to live in a prison inside the compound, but removed July 22. Now, they wait. They wait to see where they are going, where they will live, where they can call home
Published on 6 February 2012 by Yemen Times Staff in Photo Essay