1. Yemen and Ethiopia 2006 - trekking


    from Tomas Tichavsky / Added

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    Trekking in Jebel Bura - beautiftul mountains of Yemen, celebrations of Eid Al-Adha muslim holiday there. Then move to Omo valley of southern Ethiopia and Bale Mountains there. By independent group of 4 Czechs, almost no audio spoken, occasional subtitles are in English.

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    • Building America in Song


      from Jenn Omo / Added

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      Third Grade Music Program.

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      • Persuasive Writings


        from Jenn Omo / Added

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        • Etiopien - Omo


          from Goran Radstrom / Added

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          Resan går till södra Etiopien nära gränsen till Kenya och Sudan. Här rinner Omofloden och de stammar som finns här lever mycket isolerat från omvärlden. Vi besöker Bomefolket och Mursifolket (läppfolket) och det är 1996 och då fanns det inte många besökare i det här området.

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          • Corne d'Afrique. La route de tous les trafics


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            • Portrait Sketch 1


              from Adeboye Adegbenro / Added

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              • Hamar Family


                from Linda Wolf / Added

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                While in Ethiopia photographing women for the Full Women Project, I traveled to the Omo Valley. On this day, we had spent hours off the beaten track, looking for a wedding we'd heard about, where I could photograph the women involved. We stopped on the road many times for directions until finally, after hours, the bumpy road was too much for us, we got lost and decided to turn around and go back to Turmi. As we were turning around, our local guide decided to approach one more person, to see if they knew where the wedding was. It turned out to be a very gracious family, who invited us into their home and made us coffee. They told us, I was the first white person ever to enter their home. They were very curious about me and my team. After my local guide explained who I was and why I was in the Omo, the matriarch of the family gave me permission to make as many photos as I wanted. Making or taking photos in the Omo has become like stalking prey since tourism has been on the rise. Tribal people on the main road and in the villages are even hostile when doing business with photographers, understandably tired of being the objects of well meaning (mostly) tourists who often only see them as exotic. A person is strange, no matter if we meet them in our own home towns, until we get to know them. That's normal. Once we get to known each other, even though we may disagree, at core we are all just people, doing our best to live life on this planet. We love and care for our children, feed ourselves to the best of our abilities, are curious about "strangers," want to connect and learn, and make friends, and set up our relationships between genders and generations within the norms of whatever tribe or group we're in! We're all subject to decisions made for us by powerful governments, who put profits before people (the tribes of the Omo being mortally vulnerable to this). We develop spiritual and religious beliefs that codify behaviors and morals. But at the most simple, we are human beings and want to connect with our fellow human beings. In this relationship, there was a money exchange between us. But more importantly, there was a true exchange of warmth, play, creativity, nourishment, and the beginnings of understanding each other. Plus an openness for more relationship over time. What more could we have asked for. Many thanks to Yeshi Riske and Michael Endashaw for taking such good care of me while I was in their care.And to Nancy N and Carrie R, Philip and of course, Eric, for everything that made it happen. The footage here was shot by myself and my local guide in the Omo Valley, in Ethiopia.

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                • Photographers John Rowe and Steve McCurry in the Omo Valley


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                  World renowned photographer Steve McCurry joined John Rowe and the Omo Child team in order to help raise awareness on behalf of Omo Child and the practice of Mingi in tribal Ethiopia. John and Steve sit down next to the Omo River and discuss photography, the people of the Omo Valley and how photography can positively impact the world. To learn more about Mingi, Omo Child, and how you can help please visit www.omochild.org Omo Child’s Mission is to stop Mingi, the ritualistic killing of infants and children, and to provide education and a safe, nurturing shelter for rescued children in the Omo River Valley of Southwest Ethiopia. These children will be future leaders in their tribes and communities. Our immediate goal is to raise money to care for our 37 children. Operating our shelter is costly and is dependant on supporters just like you.

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                  • The Omo Valley with Steve McCurry


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                    John Rowe and Steve McCurry talk about the Omo Valley and OMOCHILD.org. Courtesy of Little Pass Films.

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                    • Programa pelo Direito de Ser Criança 2010/2011 - vídeo conceito


                      from AIUÊ : produtora de conteúdo / Added

                      Em 2011 mais uma vez realizamos em parceria com a Zinga o conteúdo audiovisual do premiado e inovador Programa Pelo Direito de Ser Criança, realizado pela Unilever | OMO, cujo objetivo fundamental é valorizar o brincar e o desenvolvimento infantil em escolas públicas e privadas. Neste "vídeo conceito", tratamos dos pilares do programa, da sua evolução conceitual e aprendizados desde 2008, quando o programa foi lançado, aliando a visão dos novos membros da comissão de especialistas no brincar com as práticas escolares documentadas na edição anterior do programa.

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