Even before Rodrigo Duterte’s anti-drugs crackdown, the Philippines had one of the the most congested prison systems in the world. Since the president took office, the prison population has increased by 22%. The photographer Noel Cellis witnessed conditions in Quezon City jail in the capital, Manila, where police arrest nearly 100 drug suspects each day.

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