Overview

ID: Kenya - 1940
Location: Eldoret
Dates: May - Dec 2020; Oct/Nov 2020
Project Length:  14 days
Producer: Myroslava Stadnyk

ABOUT our community partner

Established in 2015, this NGO’s mission is to equip a new generation of change makers, largely from marginalized communities, with ideas and skills necessary to sustainably accelerate social change through innovation and cultural transformation. The program aims to support young entrepreneurs, artists, activists, through leadership training, mentorship, and access to learning

SDG’s: No Poverty, Decent Work and Economic Growth

assignment DETAILS

You will interview the NGO’s program participants in order to document their personal transformative stories, as well as the NGO’s initiatives. The images will be used on the organization’s website and social media platforms, as well as to help the organization create more awareness about their programs. Your images will also be shared by PWB to help support the work of the NGO and the PWB program.

 Your job is to demonstrate the impact of the NGO through your storytelling and help convey to donors and grant programs the value of their financial support. Your images should tell a story that highlights experiences of participants and the NGO’s mission to promote social change.

QUALIFICATIONS

Essential

  • Proficient in photo-documentary/photojournalism (and videography) 

  • Excellent interpersonal and communications skills 

  • Open to new experiences 

  • Storytelling - Must submit a minimum of one (1) original article of 600-800 words, written in third-person, upon completion of the project, to complement the images of this assignment. 

 Desirable

  • Experience in overseas development and travelling in developing nations

assignment cost

$ 2,935 USD

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