Francesca Rolandi | 19 July 2018

They mostly come from the Romanian region of Moldova, and since the early 2000s they have migrated to Sardinia, where they are employed in the agro-pastoral sector. A phenomenon analysed by anthropologist Sergio Contu

Moldova: summer at the lake

Moldova is a landlocked country, but its inhabitants don't give up the pleasure of spending a day on the beach. In Chişinău there are several urban parks that have bathing lakes within them. A photo-report by Francesco Brusa

Romania and Moldova: children left behind

A photo-report by Gianmarco Carlone on the so-called "white orphans" – children of migrant parents who are raised by relatives or forced to live in orphanages

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