Category Archives: international development

Developing pictures 2016: my pick of some great ‘international development’ photos this year

From the end of Ebola at the start of the year, to the fall of Aleppo at the end of it, here’s my alternative pick of some of the most striking and (mostly) positive international development photos of 2016. Liberia: the … Continue reading

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2013: My DFID photos of the year

In the spirit of looking back at the end of another year, here’s my selection of the best images I’ve been fortunate enough to see, take or select in the course of my work for DFID this year. 2013 has … Continue reading

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Welcome to Kinshasa: Africa for beginners?

“Welcome to the Congo”, said my driver, Emmanuel, as we walked to the car from the vaguely organised chaos of Kinshasa’s Ndjili airport. “This is not a place for beginners”, he continued, as I confessed that this was my first … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s day: picturing mums in India and Sierra Leone

Ok, I know this Mother’s Day post is a couple of days late – at least if you’re reading this in the UK. If you’re in the US, or many other places like Australia, Canada and India, then it’s a … Continue reading

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