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Honouring Women #InternationalWomensDay 7Mar15

I’m posting this week selected photographs of some of the beautiful strong women I have met and photographed on assignments, to inspire move and bring us all together, for a better world. 290 more words

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Moments in Malawi

From my week working for Interpol in Malawi – here is a selection of black and whites:

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Mugumoini ~ An hour window

These are some of the images I took this morning during the hour I was in Mugumoini slums on the edge of Nairobi’s Kibera slum. This slum has 5,000 adults and at least 15,000 children, has 4 paying toilets and is totally neglected by the government and NGOs. 43 more words

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Photo of the Day ~ Baby Salume

I’m now in Kakamega in Western Kenya with Europe-based international company Vestergaard Frandsen who specialise in complex emergency response and disease control products. They are one of my best clients and their work is fantastic. 46 more words

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Club Centenary

Muthaiga Country Club was started in 1913 mainly by Kenya’s Settler Farmers. The Club is celebrating it’s Centenary Year during 2013 and I was there when they gathered documents, memorabilia and photographs for the Time Capsule – a safe that will not be unlocked now for the next 100 years. 74 more words

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The 2012 UNICEF Germany Photo of the Year competition

Call For Entries: The 2012 UNICEF Germany Photo of the Year competition

This prize for professional photojournalists and photographers honors the photo series that best depicts a situation or event in children‘s lives worldwide through photojournalistic quality and creativity. 113 more words

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"Talent Behind Bars"

“Talent Behind Bars” – A programme held for International Day of the Gifted on 10th August 2012 by the Government of Kenya and representatives from NGOs in the city’s Industrial Area at the Nairobi Remand and Allocation Prison, built in 1911 by the British during the colonial period. 55 more words

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