The members of the Africa Refugee Cycling Team share one thing in common, a deep passion for cycling even after fleeing Eritrea. The sport inspires them to reach for greater heights despite the many obstacles they face as refugees.
Located 100 meters (328 ft.) below the sea level and with one of the most extreme climates on earth, the Danakil depression in Ethiopia has multi colored landscapes which look like from an alien planet.
It's a familiar sight in parts of East Africa - starving children, desiccated carcasses and parched landscapes. 17 million face the threat of hunger. It's a man-made crisis, says Ludger Schadomsky.
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