At the end of my last trip to Ethiopia I arrived in the city of Jinka, where I met Abushe, the boy famous for his blue eyes like the sky.
I went around the village in his company, reaching the far outskirts. There, in a small agglomeration of scattered houses, was his house: a small room of few square meters where Abushe lives with his mother, 4 brothers and 3 sisters. Moving the curtain at the entrance this is the scene that arose: a woman intent on nursing her youngest daughter in a plastic pose, almost like a caravaggesque Madonna. Little light in the room, only a beam of light illuminating the scene. It’s a strong image, but which fully tells the disadvantaged conditions of the majority of the Ethiopian population.

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