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SHARM EL SHEIKH, EGYPT: Bedouin women make bread over an open fire. The bedouin live in a makeshift squatter camp near a garbage dump on the outskirts of Sharm El Sheikh. A seven year drought has forced the bedouin down from their traditional mountain homes. Discrimination by Egyptian business owners and operators in Sharm El Sheikh leave the Bedouin no jobs and little to no income. The Bedouin have resorted to sifting through the garbage thrown out by tourists to feed themselves and their livestock.
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SHARM EL SHEIKH, EGYPT: Bedouin women make bread over an open fire. The bedouin live in a makeshift squatter camp near a garbage dump on the outskirts of Sharm El Sheikh. A seven year drought has forced the bedouin down from their traditional mountain homes. Discrimination by Egyptian business owners and operators in Sharm El Sheikh leave the Bedouin no jobs and little to no income. The Bedouin have resorted to sifting through the garbage thrown out by tourists to feed themselves and their livestock.