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photos that speak - Photovoice & HIV in Cameroon

The images in this set are part of the photovoice projects in the Far North region of Cameroon. These CUSO-VSO and VSO Cameroon-supported projects saw cameras handed over to individuals affected or infected by HIV/AIDS so that they could self-represent their vision of, and insights into, programs delivered by VSO’s partners in the region. Their images are accompanied by descriptions – in their own words – that give the voices of those who know the programs best and are most affected by them. The first project - called "photos qui parlent/photos that speak" - loaned cameras to clients and volunteers of VODEBO – a local community-based organization that provides care and support services to people infected or affected by HIV in a community in Cameroon’s Far North region. This project used the Photovoice method to gauge the impact of VODEBO’s work in the HIV/AIDS sector. The photographs were described – in their own words - by the participants. More on this and upcoming VSO-Cameroon photovoice projects can be found at

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