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CAN YOU SEE ME? Khaled Ibn Al-Waleed (age 5 months), who is severely malnourished, was rushed to Al-Sabeen Hospital in Sana’a, Yeman after suffering from vomiting and diarrhoea for 10 days. His mother. United Nations General Assembly, Give Peace A Chance, Most Beautiful Cities, 5 Months, Photojournalism, 10 Days, Centre, Children, Age

UNICEF

CAN YOU SEE ME? --- Khaled Ibn Al-Waleed (age 5 months), who is severely malnourished, was rushed to Al-Sabeen Hospital in Sana’a, Yeman after suffering from vomiting and diarrhoea for 10 days. His mother comforts him, at the hospital’s UNICEF-supported therapeutic feeding centre. Yemen has the world’s second-highest rates of chronic malnutrition, largely stemming from poor nutritional practices and unsafe water. © UNICEF/Ameen AlGhabri To see more: www.unicef.org/photography

UNICEF works in more than 190 countries and territories to reach the most disadvantaged children and adolescents – and to protect the rights of every child, everywhere. Indus Valley Civilization, The Agency, Three Kids, Photojournalism, Recorded History, Human Rights, Blind, Birth, Couple Photos

UNICEF

UNICEF works in more than 190 countries and territories to reach the most disadvantaged children and adolescents – and to protect the rights of every child, everywhere.

Can you see me? - Komali [NAME CHANGED] is 17. She left school after the seventh grade to help support her family. A young man took her to a brothel in the village of Bania Shanta, where, initially, she assisted the ‘madam’ with chores. For the last three years, Komali has been a sex worker there. An estimated 350 of Bania Shanta’s 700 residents are sex workers, and the village’s brothels are considered high risk for HIV transmission. - Bangladesh © UNICEF/NYHQ2009/Noorani Organization Lists, Hero World, Name Change, Seventh Grade, High Risk, Photojournalism, Social Justice, Young Man, Acting

UNICEF

Can you see me? - Komali [NAME CHANGED] is 17. She left school after the seventh grade to help support her family. A young man took her to a brothel in the village of Bania Shanta, where, initially, she assisted the ‘madam’ with chores. For the last three years, Komali has been a sex worker there. An estimated 350 of Bania Shanta’s 700 residents are sex workers, and the village’s brothels are considered high risk for HIV transmission. - Bangladesh © UNICEF/NYHQ2009/Noorani

The blessing of work. Laying bricks in Chad. Photojournalism, People Around The World, Bricks, Diversity, Blessing, Pairs, Culture, Building, Photography

Goz Beida Bricklayer

This man is working at World Concern, building a new room for our office. He’s learning real-world skills and putting them to use as a mason.

This interview is not like the others. Manuel Rivera-Ortiz gave me an interview in which he opens his heart and tells us his battle. I publish this interview Street Photographers, Documentary Photography, Photojournalism, Documentaries, Interview, Lens, Lentils

Humanitarian Photography. Interview with Manuel Rivera-Ortiz

This interview is not like the others. Manuel Rivera-Ortiz gave me an interview in which he opens his heart and tells us his battle. I publish this interview

Angkor Hospital For Children Photo Exhibit Photo Exhibit, Acrylic Painting Tutorials, Reasons To Smile, Angkor, Photojournalism, Culture, People, Photography, Picasso

Humanitarian Photojournalism | Cultural and Humanitarian Photojournalist

David DuChemin Solid-Faced Canvas Print Wall Art Print entitled A Bike Leaning Against A Wall; Hanoi, Vietnam, None Big Canvas Art, Canvas Art Prints, Canvas Wall Art, Framed Prints, Yellow Wall Art, Poster Prints, Posters, Art Photography, Hanoi Vietnam

Photographer, author, and adventurer.

David duChemin is an international assignment photographer based out of Nanoose Bay, British Columbia (Canada) though is prone to living somewhat nomadically.

Everything you need to know about humanitarian aid 2012 Photojournalism, Thesis, Animated Gif

Everything you need to know about humanitarian aid 2012

This animated video looks at what the global aid system looks like in 2012, as well as what it might look like in 2030 and beyond. Visit www.alnap.org for th...