'At These Desperate Places, There's No One to Call for Help': The Israeli Documenting Africa's Most Remote Villages

Photographer Lior Sperandeo, 34, documents what he calls life at the 'desperate ends of the world,' including that of Sudanese refugees deported from Israel and other hunger-stricken, far-flung communities. Now he hopes to use more than his camera to help ease their plight

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The the Mundari tribe, South Sudan. To enter the country Sperandeo posed as a National Geographic photographer.
The the Mundari tribe, South Sudan. To enter the country Sperandeo posed as a National Geographic photographer.

Tell me about yourself.

My name is Lior Sperandeo, I’m a photographer, currently living in England. My focus is on people and communities in the developing world. My flagship project is called “People Of,” which is a kind of independent platform I’ve established in order to give voice to the weakened and silenced communities around the world.

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