1. Compassion Peru Project 431 visit


    from Elwin van Eede Added 115 0 0

    An impression of our visit to project 431 of Compassion Peru in Carquin. Filmed during the Compassion Netherlands Sponsortour Peru in October, 2011. Made on a voluntary basis. Filmed with: Canon 60D (50mm f/1.8 & 15-85mm f/3.5-5.8)

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    • Dignity Inverview: Michaël Zumstein


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      Photographer Michaël Zumstein speaks to the Snite about his experiences in Lagos, Nigeria, documenting poverty and the housing crisis for the Dignity campaign.

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      • Spirituality


        from TREE.M MEDIA Added 88 1 0

        What is the goal of todays Students? Is there any time left to think about religion and spirituality? This short documentary tries to find the answers to these questions. Filmed on Canon Eos 5d Mark2.

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        • Senegal Child Sponsorship (v2)


          from Kelsie Weiss Added 12 0 0

          Help heal the world by sponsoring a child in Senegal today. Your support will help children receive nutrition and a valuable education so they can help lift their families and communities out of poverty. GO is an organization committed to living out Jesus’ mission to help heal the world, both locally and globally. We believe in a deliberate and scalable chain reaction model to end extreme poverty in a sustainable way through child sponsorship and microenterprise development. Visit our website to find out more www.goonthemission.com

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          • Building a house in Mumbai: SMU Habitat Chapter


            from Josiah Ng Added 935 0 0

            In December 2011, 12 Students from the Singapore Management University travelled to the village of Nandgaon (Karjat, India) to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity, India. They wanted to make a difference in the lives of 2 poor families by building houses for them but realised that through it all, they were the ones that were built up instead. Special Thanks: Keppel Land Singapore Management University Habitat India Habitat Singapore Friends and Family Members who have tirelessly supported us in their prayers and love offering Shot and Edited by Josiah Ng (www.josiahcreations.com) Music by Circadian Eyes A Careful Hope

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            • No, nein, niet! - Doctors Without Borders


              from Stefano Maria Palombi Added 27 0 0

              Campaign in favor of access to essential medicines.

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              • Home


                from Micha Hilliard Added 6,571 85 17

                Nepal is a country of soaring mountains, beautiful valleys and subtropical jungles. Its steep terrain and lack of natural resources, however, have destined it to remain one of the poorest and least developed countries in the world. In recent years, the Maoist uprising and civil war have lead to an even faster deteriorating socio-economic infrastructure. As a result, children from the impoverished countryside have begun to migrate to the cities, some in search of better opportunities, others merely to escape from their past lives. Most of these children end up on the streets. They become the victims of child labor, subjected to exploitation, abuse and violence. The U.N. has estimated the population of street children worldwide at 150 million. Along with cities like Bombay, Manila, Rio de Janaiero, Mexico City, Bangkok, and Nairobi, Kathmandu has witnessed an explosive rise in street children, due to rapid urbanization and many other problems. Every year, more than 500 children make their way from different districts of Nepal to Kathmandu (as claimed by the Centre for Child Workers in Nepal). Many non-profit homes and schools have opened in the cities of Nepal to take care of these children. While the efforts of such NGOs greatly improve the lives of street children, they do not address the bigger problem of children migrating away from the countryside. In November of 2011, I had the chance to visit a children's home that has adopted a very different approach. Set among the magnificent mountain scenery of the Annapurna range, the children's home in Ulleri takes care of those children, who are most likely to end up on the streets of Kathmandu or Pokhara in the future. It is an experiment. By holding on to the children in the countryside, it aims to mitigate the effects of urbanization and to support the fragile socio-economic infrastructure of Nepal. Camera: Canon 60D Lenses: Canon EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8, Canon Normal EF 50mm f/1.4, Canon EF 70-200mm f/4.0 Audio: Tascam DR-100, Rode NTG-2 Editing: Final Cut Pro 7 Color correction: Final Cut Pro 7 For more music: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Entertainment_for_the_Braindead/ http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Marcel_Pequel/ http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Evgeny_Grinko/

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                • Reject / Apathy


                  from Jeremy Snell Added 1,778 38 7

                  A commercial I made last year for Relevant Media Group advertising their new magazine on social justice: Reject Apathy. www.rejectapathy.com www.relevantmagazine.com --------------- www.jeremysnell.com flickr.com/photos/jermfestphotography facebook.com/pages/Jeremy-Snell-Photography/156303407527 twitter.com/jeremysnell ---------------

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                  • The Waiting Line


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                    • Poor People - Burdens on our Society


                      from Microdac Added 57 0 0

                      They have no jobs, no political pull, no money and they are not contributors. What then should we do with them?

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