Let us take you on an emotional journey as we work hand in hand with Children of Hope Uganda, a local NGO that is working to empower the children and people of Northern Uganda who have endured very difficult circumstances. From this experience you will not only be encouraged to step into new ideas and inspirations that will leave you forever changed. Proceeds go to supporting education and skill-building programming for children and youth to break the cycle of violence.
Participants will come away with beautiful additions to their portfolios, a PWB certificate and a chance to be featured in the PWB Magazine and/or the PWB News.
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Fly into Entebbe before 3pm and be greeted at the airport. Meet at the hotel and have dinner together to taste some local Ugandan cuisine and get to know all our fellow travelers.
Entebbe-Lira. Stop at Karuma Falls crossing the Nile and meet/photograph local friendly baboons.
Visit the Children of Hope Uganda office and meet the staff. Drive to Barlonyo to document a site of the Lord's Resistance Army clash. Meet students and teachers at a vocational centre and early child development centre. Tour school campus and farm initiatives, learn about carpentry/entrepreneurship/bricklaying/computer classes.
Tour surrounding villages and get a hands-on experience in soap-making, basket-weaving and paper beads crafts.
Travel from Lira to Murchison Falls National Park. Safari time with a chance of seeing the Big 5!
Travel to Kampala.
Tour Kampala. We will have opportunities to see and document Katubi Tombs, Gaddafi National Mosque, and Uganda Martyrs Shrine.
Transfer to airport for flights home.
Jalani Morgan is an established Toronto based photographer, visual historian and photo editor who is known for his editorial, documentary and gallery collected work both nationally and internationally.
Jalani’s creative work explores visual representation within a Black Canadian context and focuses on documenting and portraying images of Black life both in Canada and internationally. As a commissioned photographer, Jalani covers the spectrum of portraiture and current events documenting the architectural, racial, musical and cultural landscapes of Toronto.
Over the past fifteen years, Jalani has built an impressive portfolio creating pieces for: Black Lives Matter Toronto, National Film Board of Canada, The Fader, Nike, Sportsnet Magazine, TVO, National Screen Institute, Converse, Manifesto, ArtReach, TEDxToronto, Daniel Spectrum, Nia Centre for the Arts and has contributed to exhibits for Photoville New York, Wedge Gallery, Art Gallery of Ontario, Art Gallery of Windsor and CONTACT Photography Festival.
Originally from Scarborough, Canada, Jalani has been dedicated to giving back to his community through mentorship and community empowerment programs that have included The Remix Project, LAMP and We Are Lawrence project created in partnership with City of Toronto and Manifesto.
Danielle Da Silva is the founder of Photographers Without Borders, and is an avid traveller, photographer, and director. Her work has taken her to over 60 countries and enabled her to learn more than 6 languages.
She has been published places such as National Geographic and the United Nations, and she is also a public speaker who has graced the TEDx stage.
She is a co-founder of a wildlife sanctuary in Sumatra and supports many women and children's organisations locally and worldwide.
Women's empowerment in action.
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