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An unsustainable burden: Georgian refugees from South Ossetia and Upper AbkhaziaAdd to Lightbox Download
IMG_012 GEORGIA. Tbilisi. 2009. A mother is looking after her child with flu in his bed. They moved in from the Kodori Gorge, in the Upper Abkhazia. She is unemployed and gets a benefit from the Georgian government of 22 lari per month, around 11 euro. Her husband has left his family looking for a job. The refugees fled from South Ossetia and Upper Abkhazia have a medical insurance that covers the costs for the admissions to hospitals.
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