By Peer Water Exchange Posted on Mon 15 Feb 2010, over 11 years ago
This is less about reviewing PhotoPhilanthropy and more for introductions.
PP is going to use our project map and database of PWX to send their volunteer photo-journalists and document projects. One pair is going to Guatemala in April and another to India (Bengal) later in the year.
Welcome to PWX!
Please could you do the following:
1. Upload a logo
2. Put in the address in your "Office Location(s)" and your GPS coordinates, so your org can appear on the PWX map
3. I think the best way to go forward is for you to put in a second contact ("Field Photographer") and pass the login to Jodi, etc. who can use it to enter their reports on the projects they visit. The email can be generic (info@photophilanthripy...), not theirs or yours.
By Agua Para La Salud (APLS) Posted on Tue 02 Mar 2010, over 11 years ago
I would like to thank PhotoPhilanthropy for considering Guatemala and the Agua Para La Salud projects as one of their projects. It is a great help to have professionals document these works in the villages and see the effort that the villagers put forth to improve their lives.
I am looking forward to guiding you around the mountains.
Lynn Roberts---Agua Para La Salud
By Project Well Posted on Tue 02 Mar 2010, over 11 years ago
Hi Claire and team of PhotoPhilanthropy, it is wonderful to have a third party to go and take pictures and document the work of the field workers and the beneficiaries. Visits of the professionals would encourage those who are intensely involved in the projects and interacting with the villagers. Facts and issues shared by the local people, written up and shared by outsiders are more effective than reports submitted by the implementers. Thank you so much for being part of PWX and to take trouble to travel to far distances for the welfare of the people in need. Welcome aboard!