Photographers

Carmen Elsa Lopez

Carmen Elsa Lopez

HAITI
Bringing Light

Carmen Lopez documented the use of solar lights in the tent cities, as well as economic and agricultural regeneration initiatives in Haiti.

www.carmenelsalopez.com
William Daniels

William Daniels

MALI
A Lifeline to Learning

In Mali, William Daniels photographed Speed Schools, which are changing the lives of thousands of children, ages nine to twelve, and laying a foundation of literacy for future generations.

www.williamdaniels.net
Venetia Dearden

Venetia Dearden

ETHIOPIA
Facing Tomorrow Together

In Ethiopia, Venetia Dearden captured images of young men, women and AIDS orphans getting a second chance at life through the work of staff at rehabilitation centres, where they learn vocational skills, as well as form close bonds with each other.

www.venetiadearden.com
Robin Hammond

Robin Hammond

HAITI
Bringing Light

In Zambia, photographer Robin Hammond witnessed 78-year old Edward Koni regain his sight after a cataract operation. Robin also travelled to Rwanda, where millions of people with parasitic infections are treated for less than a dollar per person each year.

www.robinhammond.co.uk
Abbie Trayler-Smith

Abbie Trayler-Smith

Burundi
Volunteering for Change

Abbie Trayler-Smith, who was herself seven months pregnant when she made the trip to Burundi, saw how chronically ill children were being freed from intestinal parasites as part of a health initiative.

www.abbietraylersmith.com
Sanjit Das

Sanjit Das

INDIA
Delivering Dreams

Sanjit Das focused his lens on maternal health in his native India, where women in 360 villages are taking part in a variety of training schemes which have led to a 40 per cent reduction in infant and maternal mortality rates.

www.sanjitdas.com
Atul Loke

Atul Loke

INDIA
Breaking the Cycle

In India, Atul Loke turned his camera from the platforms of Jaymurti Nagar railway station in Bihar, to the Prayas and NIRDESH projects that rebuild the lives of trafficked children.

www.panos.co.uk/stories/1-5-1424-1918-ALK/Atul-Loke
Kate Shortt

Kate Shortt

China
Returning Hope

Kate Shortt found herself in Yunnan, China, documenting young sex workers as they became better informed about the risks in their job. She also spent time in Burma, where drug addicts are rehabilitated in a program that includes growing and selling their own vegetables.

www.kateshortt.com