Posts Tagged ‘United States Agency for International Development’

National Geographic Photo Camp Chad - Portraits

National Geographic Photo Camp Chad – Portraits

There were just too many amazing images to fit them all onto one post. Here are the wonderful portraits that students from the third Chad Photo Camp took during their workshop exploring and celebrating the diversity in their own country.     The photography featured here was made possible by the generous support of the — Read more…

National Geographic Photo Camp Chad - Part 3 WOW!!!

National Geographic Photo Camp Chad – Part 3 WOW!!!

I have a confession to make, it’s really rather obvious to those that follow this blog regularly. It has been entirely too long since we’ve posted. So many positive changes afoot that the new year came, flew by, and brought March right on it’s tail. Expect to see some really exciting things coming from us — Read more…

National Geographic Photo Camp Chad - Week 2

National Geographic Photo Camp Chad – Week 2

Week two of NG Photo Camp – Chad, led by Photographer Lynn Johnson, dealt with the themes of promoting leadership and citizenship.  The students were tasked to photograph examples of these themes in various communities of N’Djamena.  The work produced was then again displayed in the Baba Moustafa Cultural Center where the general public could — Read more…


Giga Who?  Giga What?

Giga Who? Giga What?

GigaPan! Integrating the use of a GigaPan into our programs has yielded some really fantastic results. For those of you out there still scratching your head, GigaPan is not a gigantic frying pan, but an amazing little robot developed by Carnegie Mellon University, with NASA Ames Intelligent Robotics Group, and a little help from Google. — Read more…

Photo Camp Chad 1

Photo Camp Chad 1

Themes of encouraging cooperation and building community guided the first of our three consecutive Photo Camps in N’Djamena, Chad. Students were assigned to shoot in areas of the city where different examples of those themes could be found and explored. Then our staff led focused group discussions which inspired participants to discover their own unique — Read more…