ScarGlobal aims to bring burn survivors together on a global scale. Here are pictures of burn survivors from around the world.


Pakistan

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Sabira Manzoor (left), 31, and Iram Saeed (right), 30, both acid survivors. Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Katherine Kiviat ©

Japan

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Sumiteru Taniguchi, 86, a survivor of the 1945 atomic bombing of Nagasaki. Eugene Hoshiko / AP ©

Iraq

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Six-year-old Aya, burned by a Kerosene explosion. Sebastian Rich ©

India

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Roushon, 32, got married at the age of 13 in Birampur. A few years later, her husband attacked her with acid. Farzana Hossen ©

Cambodia

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Chheav Chenda and her daughter, Malita, were attacked with acid in 2008 in Phnom Penh. They now live in poor Shantytown, shunned by most of Cambodia society. Tibor Krausz / AP ©

UK

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Labonya Siddiqui, 21, from Lancashire, was left permanently scarred when a paraffin lamp exploded. Gavin Kemp ©

Nicaragua

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A child burn survivor and his mother recover at APROQUEN in Managua, Nicaragua. April and Gabriel Flores of Native Kind ©

South Sudan

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A burn victim, one of the many killed or injured when a truck carrying petrol exploded in Maridi, Western Equatoria State, South Sudan. Jason Patinkin / AP ©

Iran

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Shirin, 18, an acid attack survivor from Tehran, Iran. Asghar Khamseh ©

Syria

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10-year-old Abdullah Ahmed nurses his burn wounds in a refugee camp. Muhammed Muheisen / AP ©

USA

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Doug paints detailed portraits of burn survivors in the hope of making society a little more accepting of them. Doug Auld ©

China

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Yueyun Tang fans his children Min Tang, 11 (left), and Ze Tang, 4 – both burned in a house fire. Melissa Phillip ©

Bangladesh 

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Areef, 4, feeds his father Sabed Ali, who sustained burns after protesters torched his auto-rickshaw during a Bangladesh Nationalist Party-led protest. Andrew Biraj / Reuters ©

Palestine

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Five-year-old Ahmed Dawabsha survived a firebombing by Jewish extremists, in the northern West Bank of Nablus. He lost all of his family in the attack. Jaafar Ashtiyeh / AFP ©

South Africa

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Sunday, 4, was burnt when Congolese rebels set fire to his family’s home during fighting in Eastern Congo in 2008. John Moore / Getty Images ©

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