“I’ve lived through the beginning of the crisis, war, exile… I don’t want our young people and my children to live what I had to go through. I want a better life for my children and their own children.”
In South-West Algeria, thousands of people live in camps. They’re Sahrawi refugees.
Fatma Mohamed Bahaya is one of them. She lives in the camp of Smara.
They have been waiting for 40 years for a resolution of the conflict about Western Sahara.
“Other countries know that we need peace and freedom. The outside world knows about our situation, but they don’t want to help us. But now it is enough. They have to realize that we cannot go on living like that. No matter how much we tell the world what’s happening here, nobody lifts a finger. Enough is enough.”