2. Various of wooden pallets used as walkways between tents
3. Various of camp with sign in tree (English) reading: "Queen Elizabeth II Street"
4. Graffiti on shipping container (English) reading: "Hello…Welcome in France, The Human Rights" with "human" crossed out
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Al Duferi, Kuwaiti Bedouin refugee: ++FACE CROPPED TO HIDE IDENTITY++
“The camp in Calais is being demolished now because of the government, so also that is what happens here. So, I think this will be not good for us and some of those people maybe come to here. So we will see a not nice picture here.”
6. Tent with graffiti (English) reading: "Open the border"
7. Graffiti shipping container (English) reading: "Don’t let me be the last to know" and "England pay now"
8. Various of mud-covered pushchair in puddle
9. SOUNDBITE (English) Al Duferi, Kuwaiti Bedouin refugee: ++FACE CROPPED TO HIDE IDENTITY++
“This condition is very bad for everyone, not anyone (is) in safety. With the trash and everything here, you can see, the animals, the rats today you see die in this time. So how can anyone be living in here?”
10. Various of worker using disinfectant spray to clean portable toilets
11. Tent in makeshift camp
12. Various of people en route to makeshift camp being stopped and searched by police
As the clock is ticking for hundreds of migrants in the camp in the northern French city of Calais, some have already moved to a makeshift camp thirty kilometres (19 miles) north in Dunkirk.
The camp at Grande-Synthe in Dunkirk is already home to an estimated 1500 to 2000 refugees.
Conditions are much worse than at the camp in Calais, colloquially known as "the jungle".
There is thick mud throughout, trenches of contaminated water, and very poor sanitary conditions.
Authorities have not allowed aid or building materials to enter the camp in the past two months, so people are braving dismal weather in low quality tents.
Al Duferi, a Kuwaiti born Bedouin, has been in the camp for five months and is trying to get to England to his reunite with family.
After three failed attempts to get on trucks bound for Britain, he has abandoned his efforts to care for his sick mother, who stays with him and his younger brother amongst the mud in the makeshift camp.
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