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Photo exhibition in Mozambique shows impact of AIDS through the eyes of children

Thierry Delvigne-Jean
UNICEF

Posted 7:34AM on Tuesday, July 15, 2008 Pacific Time
Last year, 21 children aged 11 through 17 took to the streets of Maputo with cameras to document their lives and their communities. Over the course of two weeks, with help from a team of professional photographers, they opened the doors of their homes and learned how to tell their stories through the camera's lens. (Click here to continue reading entire article posted at UNICEF website.)

comments from website visitors:

We recently returned from Mozambique, visiting an orphanage in Cambine (Inhambane Province) where food as well as HIV/AIDS is an issue for the children, many of whom are there because they lost their parents to HIV/AIDS. We hope your efforts provide for all Mozambique not just in Maputo
Kay Jones
new milford, ct
Posted Sunday, September 28, 2008 1:00PM

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I love studying photography and the project. It has opened my eyes to new ways of seeing life.
Joaquim
Maputo project participant


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