photos qui parlent – photos that speak

The first Photovoice project is  complete and the photographs are now online!

The photos qui parlent project (“photos that speak”) loaned cameras to 12 clients and volunteers of VODEBO – a local community-based organization that provides care and support services to people infected or affected by HIV in a community in Cameroon’s Far North region.  This project used the Photovoice method to gauge the impact of VODEBO’s work in the HIV/AIDS sector.

Click on the group photo (above) to see participants photos, read – in their own words – why they took the images & discover how this VSO local partner is impacting, and learning from, its beneficiaries.

Enjoy!

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~ by Greg Spira on March 16, 2010.

3 Responses to “photos qui parlent – photos that speak”

  1. You guys are certainly having an adventure!! Glad everything is going well, stay safe and let me know when you are coming home. Cheers Jan

  2. Hi Caroline, I finally found a chance to look at your blog and I am taken by the way your write and what you are doing (both you and Greg). As you know I spent a year in Africa and can see clearly the visions that your write off….hope, sadness, strength and courage.

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