#WorldToiletDay2019 – Images & short film ©Jason Florio / United Purpose NGO

#WorldToiletDay2019 – Polio Victim, Lawrence Itsu, of Bisu ward, Nigeria, constructed his own toilet after his community was triggered. He is a shoemaker, teacher and also offers computer services in his village. He is married with five children. Image ©Jason Florio/United Purpose

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On-line hangout – ‘The Great Exodus: A Look at How the Migrant Crisis is Being Pictured in the Media’

  ‘The Reading The Pictures Salon is an on-line, real-time discussion between photojournalists, visual academics and other visual or subject experts… .’ Read more, and register for the hangout (Sunday 10th January 2015 – 11am-1pm EST/4pm-6pm GMT), on the RTP’s salon website. The panel: ‪MichelleBogre‬ The New School Parsons; ‪‎AnneDemo‬ Penn State University; ‪AlixandraFazzina‬Photographer, NOOR; JasonContinue reading “On-line hangout – ‘The Great Exodus: A Look at How the Migrant Crisis is Being Pictured in the Media’”

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Black and White Monday: Cracked windscreen, Kinshasa, DR Congo

  I have ridden in many, many, taxis in parts of Africa where cracked windscreens seem to be de rigueur. However, this one defied the realms of possibility. The screen – barely held together (it wasn’t even taped up!) – has to be the finest I have seen… yet, that is. Helen Jones-Florio Related: Black & White Photography

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NGO, Concern Universal: Ebola, hygiene, and hand washing – image by Jason Florio

  To view more of Jason Florio’s images, for CU, in West Africa, please visit their website. Related posts: ‘Off to work we go… Ebola-free Gambia, for Concern Universal‘ ‘The Gambia, West Africa, paying the price for being Ebola-Free‘ ‘Hello…my name is Alieu…Tippy Tap hand-washing hygiene in The Gambia‘  

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