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
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
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
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.