Miguel Angel Leonardo, 6, licks clean a spoonful of Incaparina, a powdered supplement distributed by food-aid organizations to prevent malnutrition in infants and children. Even so, Guatemala remains No. 1 in the western hemisphere with the highest rate of chronic malnutrition, according to a report from United States Agency for International Development. (Jeremiah Stanley/Humanitarian Vision)I took this image a couple years ago in the remote Sierra Madre Mountains of Guatemala for a story we were working on about sanitary water conditions in the country. Years later, we are still able to make images and tell stories to help fight for those who cannot fight for themselves.
We are SO excited that our little idea we had at the beginning of 2013 is already unfolding in some awesome ways!
Not only have we partnered with Love146 where we’ll be headed to Athens, Greece for the month of July telling powerful stories from the survivors of sex trafficking, but we have now officially launched our new (and even bigger idea!) organization called Humanitarian Vision.
The goal of HV is to attract some of the most skilled and talented creatives from around the world, bring them together with other creatives, and help tackle some of the world’s most challenging problems.
Did we mention that we’ll be looking for the best photographers, videographers, graphic designers, audio engineers, app developers, web coders & designers as well as artists, marketing experts, and social media gurus? If you think you have what it takes or know someone who does, please go to our APPLY page to set up an interview.
Also please go to our GIVE page to help us keep Humanitarian Vision going. We need YOUR help!
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