FOTO: Kala Kaum Albino Zimbabwe Mencari Kesetaraan

AP, CNN Indonesia | Senin, 22/06/2020 07:11 WIB

, CNN Indonesia -- Di Zimbabwe, orang dengan albinisme kerap dipandang sebagai kutukan. Hinaan dan pelecehan tak pelak kerap mereka dapatkan.

Joyce Muchenje, left, poses for a photo with her three children, who all have albinism ,outside their family home in Chitungwiza on the outskirts of Harare, in this Tuesday, June, 9, 2020 photo. Muchenje used to provide for them by washing laundry and household cleaning for cross border traders at a busy border town before the lockdown, but now the border trade has stopped and Mutenje has run out of money to get the skin cream for her children.(AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Yvonne Gumbo poses for a photo outside her family home in Harare, in this Tuesday, June, 9, 2020 photo. Each time Gumbo, who has albinism and her
Joyce Muchenje, centre, places her hands on a wall and that of her three children, who all have albinism, outside their family home in Chitungwiza on the outskirts of Harare, in this Tuesday, June, 9, 2020 photo. Muchenje used to provide for them by washing laundry and household cleaning for cross border traders at a busy border town before the lockdown, but now the border trade has stopped and Mutenje has run out of money to get the skin cream for her children. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Joyce Muchenje,centre, poses for a photo with her three children, who all have albinism, outside their family home in Chitungwiza on the outskirts of Harare, in this Tuesday, June, 9, 2020.  Muchenje used to provide for them by washing laundry and household cleaning for cross border traders at a busy border town before the lockdown, but now the border trade has stopped and Mutenje has run out of money to get the skin cream for her children. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Brenda Mudzimu ,Founder of Miss Albinism Trust prepares to make a call on her mobile phone in Harare, in this Monday, June, 8, 2020 photo. Mudzimu says her trust focuses on success and not pity and that they also offer career guidance workshops and support sessions for people with albinism. However the economic downturn caused by restrictions to combat the spread of COVID-19 means that many people with albinism are struggling to put food on the table, let alone afford essential items such as sun block, skin lotions and other medications. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Tendai Mandizha smiles behind a curtan at their family home in Chitungwiza on the outskirts of Harare, in this Tuesday, June, 9, 2020 photo. Mandizha is one of Joyce Muchenje's three children, who all have albinism. Muchenje used to provide for them by washing laundry and household cleaning for cross border traders at a busy border town before the lockdown, but now the border trade has stopped and Mutenje has run out of money to get the skin cream for her children. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Marcia Mandizha, right, and her little brother Tendai pose for a photo at their family home in Chitungwiza on the outskirts of Harare, in this Tuesday, June 9, 2020 photo. The two siblings are part of Joyce Muchenje's three children, who all have albinism.  Muchenje used to provide for them by washing laundry and household cleaning for cross border traders at a busy border town before the lockdown, but now the border trade has stopped and Mutenje has run out of money to get the skin cream for her children. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)
Brenda Mudzimu, founder of Miss Albinism Trust, walks on the streets of Harare, in this Monday, June, 8, 2020 photo. Mudzimu says her trust focuses on success and not pity and that they also offer career guidance workshops and support sessions for people with albinism. However the economic downturn caused by restrictions to combat the spread of COVID-19 means that many people with albinism are struggling to put food on the table, let alone afford essential items such as sun block, skin lotions and other medications. (AP Photo/Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi)


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