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Funding alone is not enough

Earlier this year, I flew to South Sudan with children’s rights charity Plan International UK to meet and photograph teenage girls caught up in the crisis there…

Women of St Andrews

Kate Holt’s photographs tell the true story of life in the conflict-ridden pockets of the globe. Her career in photojournalism has seeds in the year 1992…

The DEC with Kate Holt

Nicola reveals todays fundraising total and talks to photo journalist Kate Holt about her recent trip to Somaliland. Kate takes Nicola through a selection of her photographs…

Exhibition celebrates success

The Rockefeller Foundation together with the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) have been celebrating 10 years of their “shared success”  working with small-holder farmers…

2015

2014

Reporter Joins Campaign

Forces Network has had a fantastic response to our #IRemember campaign since it launched last week, with viewers, listeners and readers sharing their tributes…

Britain must not turn its back

This month marks two years since the British army handed over its base in Helmand to Afghanistan’s own security forces, bringing the UK’s bloody 13-year campaign to an end…

Somalia’s fragile security

In Mogadishu and its environs, political instability means vital aid is not getting to families living in dire poverty after being displaced by drought or violence…

Layers of loss: An interview

“Out of the many refugee and displacement situations I’ve photographed, I’ve never had a child say to me, ‘I can’t dream at the moment.”…

2012

2010

African Union Somalia Exhibition

Opening on 18th April, the Kampala Museum is to show a cutting edge photographic exhibition examining the conflict in Somalia. Focused around the work of the African Union Mission to Somalia, or AMISOM, the exhibition is a vivid portrayal of the impact the conflict has had on the city of Mogadishu and its people. Capturing in intimate detail the lives of soldiers on the frontline, it will give a uniquely human side to this long-running battle for the freedom of the Somali people…

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Interview with Kate Holt

The first of four installments on British freelance photojournalist Kate Holt’s advice for planning, creating and using audio slideshows to tell compelling digital stories. This month…

The Travel Photographer

I’m severely pressed for time, so this post will unfortunately be short in prose but hopefully not in substance. I just thought to showcase this magnificent photograph by Kate Holt…