Along the straight north—south line that becomes the international border between Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, scatters dozens of camps inhabited by West Papuan refugees. The exodus journey of the majority of the refugees happened in 1984, along with a massive migration conducted by the Free Papuan Movement (OPM). The Movement is fighting against the Indonesian government to gain a full independence for the Melanesian West Papuans. Many of the camps are isolated in deep jungles, and road access is extremely difficult, making the inhabitants deprived from basic welfare service.
Digo, Papua, Indonesia—PNG Border, 2014