Posts Tagged: NGO

NGO campaigns: Images for Change

This is the fourth article in the series discussing how photography and foster social changes. Read the previous post here. See original article on Der Greif here.   Discussing images that have had a real impact on the issues they addressed,

NGO campaigns: Images for Change

This is the fourth article in the series discussing how photography and foster social changes. Read the previous post here. See original article on Der Greif here.   Discussing images that have had a real impact on the issues they addressed,

Learning the trade

Many marketeer in Zambia never graduated from school, forced to start working at an early age to help to support their families. This means that a large part of market traders and street vendors is unable to read, write or

Learning the trade

Many marketeer in Zambia never graduated from school, forced to start working at an early age to help to support their families. This means that a large part of market traders and street vendors is unable to read, write or

Marcy Mwape

Today I will introduce the last person, whose story was featured in my project In the Grey – Marcy Mwape. At the age of 20, Marcy is the sole breadwinner for her family, supporting her husband and a 4-year-old son. Born

Marcy Mwape

Today I will introduce the last person, whose story was featured in my project In the Grey – Marcy Mwape. At the age of 20, Marcy is the sole breadwinner for her family, supporting her husband and a 4-year-old son. Born

Franco Kamboyi

Franco was another person, who changed my perception of Africa, breaking every stereotype about its desperate suffering population, dependent on the Western aid. He might have little to non money in his pocket, but Franco is one of the strongest,

Franco Kamboyi

Franco was another person, who changed my perception of Africa, breaking every stereotype about its desperate suffering population, dependent on the Western aid. He might have little to non money in his pocket, but Franco is one of the strongest,

Eunice Katontoke

Today I will introduce another person I met during my work in Zambia – Eunice Katontoke. Eunice, 47, was left a widow with three children after her husband died in an accident at work. She lives with her youngest daughter, two

Eunice Katontoke

Today I will introduce another person I met during my work in Zambia – Eunice Katontoke. Eunice, 47, was left a widow with three children after her husband died in an accident at work. She lives with her youngest daughter, two

Right to the City exhibition invitation

Earlier this year, I collaborated with the War on Want to create a multimedia story about the informal economy workers in Zambia. The NGO will hold an event on the global struggles to reclaim and shape our cities, which will

Right to the City exhibition invitation

Earlier this year, I collaborated with the War on Want to create a multimedia story about the informal economy workers in Zambia. The NGO will hold an event on the global struggles to reclaim and shape our cities, which will