A prison for teenagers in Sierra Leone: that's where the real hell
• Prison for teenagers in Sierra Leone: that's where the hell
In Sierra Leone, there is one special prison called Pademba. It is different from any other prisons because here contain only teenagers for several years awaiting trial, his criminal case.
Photographer Fernando Moleres visited the prison to capture the hard life of teenagers staying there.
Sierra Leone - a small country in West Africa, known throughout the world for their low standard of living and, perhaps, the most beautiful African landscapes. However, recently added to the image of the state is also the title of one of the sources of the epidemic of Ebola.
As an illustration, photographer Fernando Moleres leads young boys story named Abdul Mores - he was in prison for murder in 2007 when he was just a child.
Abdul went to the river with his friend about the same age - in the end the boy had drowned, and his parents all over the accused Abdul: a chance to get help from family or lawyers had not, so he spent four years in Pademba jail awaiting verdict.
A similar story can "boast" the majority of adolescents in the colony - about their life behind bars and after the liberation of Fernando Moleres and removes their projects.