1. unicef:

    Young photographers from Niger and Mali document the problems facing their communities (by unicef)

    Photography workshops are part of UNICEF’s efforts to ensure all children, especially those marginalized or living in poverty, are empowered to express themselves.
    Join UNICEF correspondent Chris Niles as she reports on a photo exhibit that features the work of young people from Niger and Mali.
    Full story: http://bit.ly/rUOSIz
    More info: http://www.unicef.org/

    So cool.

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