Eight photojournalists who have traveled the world to capture the lives of refugees are selling their work in collaboration with Red Acoge -- a network of 18 nongovernmental organizations promoting immigrant rights -- to both teach the world about the refugee crisis and raise money to help refugees.
Each photographer is a freelance reporter or professional from an organization like the Associated Press or Reuters, and is selling one print for 60 euros ($64). The images capture moments in Uganda, Afghanistan, Senegal, South Africa, Melilla, Mauritania and the Western Sahara.
This story originally appeared on HuffPost Spain. It has been translated into English and edited for clarity.