Dive into the stunning depths of photographer Marco Grob‘s work for National Geographic and United Nations Mine Action Service where waves of cerulean are replaced with pulchritudinous obsidian of the Mursi, Karo and Tsemaye Tribes of Ethiopia and the Mundari Tribe of Sudan. Visit marcogrob.com to view his entire collection of work and United Nation’s mineaction.org to discover more about the safety needs of communities who reside in a world where the threat of land mines and explosive residuum of war is very much a reality.
 
 
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Karo Tribe (Ethiopia)
 
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Karo Tribe (Ethiopia)
 
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Mundari Tribe (Sudan)
 
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Mursi Tribe (Ethiopia)
 
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Karo Tribe (Ethiopia)
 
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Mursi Tribe (Ethiopia)
 
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Mundari Tribe (Sudan)
 
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Mundari Tribe (Sudan)
 
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Mundari Tribe (Sudan)
 
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Mundari Tribe (Sudan)
 
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Mundari Tribe (Sudan)