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Omar Havana
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Freelance Photojournalist based in Kathmandu, Nepal
Freelance Photojournalist based in Kathmandu, Nepal

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Official Launch of my book Endurance in its home, Kathmandu. March 16, 2017.
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The campaign for my new book in on... Support "Endurance. A tribute to the people of Nepal". Thanks a lot everyone
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One month ago today, the earth shook Nepal. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck the country, killing over 8000 people and leaving hundreds of thousands homeless. Still there is a lot to do, and don't forget Nepal. Here is a photo gallery I put with the photos that I shot during those days, a series curated by my "hermano" Diego Ibarra Sanchez from Me-Mo Magazine. Thanks hermano for the advice
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Online finally after two weeks of editing a wide series with my work since 25th April covering the earthquake that hit Nepal.
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In my web now one of the first reportages that I did in my career, 10 years ago I visited Auschwitz - Birkenau with an old Yashica and a Canon 300D...Now online is my reportage on the Auschwitz extermination camp in Poland
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Today is a very sad day, El Maestro, Don Eduardo Galeano is gone. His words will live forever. Today I came back to the day that I fulfilled one of my dreams, in his language, in my language, Spanish. Today I don't want to speak about his death, but to remember the day that I met him, the day that I met El Maestro, Don Eduardo Galeano
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Updated my website with a series shot during my last year living in Cambodia covering issues related to the garment industry in Cambodia. 
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Today is World Cancer Day. According to the World Health Organisation, 10 million people are affected by cancer every year worldwide, a number that is estimated to double within 10 years. In Nepal, around 20,000 people die every year from cancer with almost 30,000 new cases of cancer a year. My new reportage in one of the only 2 Cancer specialised hospitals in Nepal, The Bhaktapur Cancer Hospital, a non profit hospital that assists more than 40,000 patients a year.
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