"This book serves not just as an historical document of the earthquake in Nepal but also as a testament to the courage, hard work and strength of the people of Nepal: to regroup in the face of disaster without self-pity and to get on with life".
Gareth Bright, Freelance South African Photojournalist
“It was a pleasure working with Omar Havana to transform his powerful humanitarian photography, dedicated to the spirit of the Nepali people, into a book. Omar had clear ideas, made decisions easily, organized everything needed well ahead of schedule and dedicated himself completely to the work needed to publish his book, “Endurance,” a book FotoEvidence is proud to publish".
David Stuart, Managing Editor, FotoEvidence"Omar himself talked openly of his love for this place, for its people and of their resilience. He described how he found nothing but smiles in the dreadful days after the first shock, from people whose homes and families had been decimated, who had been left with nothing but makeshift tents for homes. Those that still had houses and power were opening their doors to strangers as well as journalists to charge laptops and share their internet".
Hugh Pinney, vice-president of News for Europe, Middle East and Africa at Getty Images. Interview in BBC.