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Photography by women recovering from addiction
In partnership with DiversityInCare
Photo: Sian Angus
Digital storytelling project exploring the impact of international development in China, Ethiopia, Ghana, Nepal, Peru and Tunisia
Throughout 2014 PhotoVoice is working with grassroots community members in countries that for years have been the focus of international development work, supporting them to share their personal perspectives on the impact these activities have had on their lives and opportunities.
Young people in key groups affected by HIV speak out through photography to address stigma and misconceptions.
In partnership with the International HIV/AIDS Alliance
CAFOD’s 3-year Water and Sanitary Health project in Zimbabwe aims to ensure that everyone in the target communities has access to enough clean safe water, and knows how to protect themselves from disease through good hygiene practices.
Photography by young people living with HIV in St Petersburg, Russia, and young Roma women in Bosnia Herzegovina. In partnership with World Vision.
Photography by members of the Dalit (‘untouchable’) community in India, campaigning against the illegal practice of Manual Scavenging.
Working with Save the Children UK (SCF)as part of their Young Lives Project, PhotoVoice facilitator Venetia Dearden went to Addis to train two local photographers and six children living on the outskirts of the city. Through the workshops the children documented the lives of their families and communities and produced photographs to accompany the research being carried out by SCF in the area.