Slavica with baby Nikola outside their small cottage in Jurga.
Nada plays with her Nieces daughter Gorana. Goranas mother Volga returned to her partially destroyed flat in Knin town centre in 2001. With the help of the OSCE she secured state funded reconstruction and now lives there with Gorana and her Mother.
Maria Banic rests while cleaning out her dilapidated home. Although helped to return by the UNCHR and Croatian Red Cross the Banics received little advice in the immediate days after the return. It was clear that Maria was in a state of shock due to the overwhelming nature of such a process.
Nebojsha and Slavica Eremic are determined to rebuild and remain in Jurga. Their devotion to Ninkola and love for each other are what keeps them focused and happy despite some obvious difficulties.
37 year old Peda Radic is from Knin in Southern Croatia but was displaced by Operation Storm in 1995. He is now a refugee and lives alone in Rtanj collective centre in South Eastern Serbia
Mirko Gvoic is from Vost (Vrgmost) in central Croatia. He fled his home in 1995 and now lives as a refugee in Ritanj collective centre in Southern Serbia. He works at the nearby hotel managing the ancient boiler.
Workers from the Croatian Red Cross measure the window and door frames of Milan Calics destroyed home. The fittings must be installed before the family can move into their house. The work will be carried out at the expense of the UNHCR.
Branko outside his house in Brgud. He was born here and lived here all his life until being displaced to Serbia in 1995. Now he is home for good.
Milan Calic surveys the damage to his childhood home in Southern Croatia. His family must wait until donated windows and doors are fitted before they can move in and start their new life in Croatia.
Milica Calic and her father Milan in their tiny rented room in Serbia two days before their move to rural Croatia.
Janja Tisma rises at 6.30am to milk her cattle. Having fled Operation Storm Janja and her family returned to their farm in Tremusnjak, near the city of Sisak in 2001. Since returning they have not received any reconstruction grant. Despite such difficulties they are producing highly regarded milk for a distribution company in Sisak.
Slavica Eremic washes clothes in an outside trough in front of their house. Their only source of running water the pump has been stagnant for too long and is undrinkable. They must collect water from their neighbours house.
Stana Davidovic is from Kostanica in central Croatia. She lives alone in Ritanj collective centre in Serbia. She is unwilling to return to her sister in Croatia or accept Serbian citizenship and move to an old persons home.
Nikola is fed as his father sleeps. This is one of two rooms that the Eremic family inhabit.