Submissions (21)

Thumbnail Title Description Artist Medium Rating
Childhood Lost...Childhood Found I wanted to reflect on the issue of child labour in a way that was both diverse and universal so I choose to portray the difference between a child who's life as a child is snatched away (thus they are in search of happiness ♥?) and a child who was allowed to be just that, a child (thus happiness is found in this case ♥!). Note:...
kurshauna Cartoons
Life During Poverty Reduction. The drawing is by Peter Waithaka who is 14 yeas. He was a former street boy who has reformed, now in class 7, at Morrison Primary school. Image is about life after capacity building and poverty eradication. It shows a man and his wife who are working at there poultry farm. The woman has just collected the eggs while the husband feeds the...
Mulei Drawing, Crayon
Life after Poverty Eradication. The drawing is by Francis Bwindira 17 years. He has reformed from street life system and is in class 8, at Morrison Primary school. He stays at Bahati Rehabilitation center. The Image is a crayon drawing, and it shows a lady who has come home. She has just packed her car outside. At the top left side some electricity poles are showing....
Mulei Drawing, Crayon
Work For Life The picture is about the working women in Nepalese context. Women work for their survival.
suneboy Ink, Brush
Stop Child Labour
arq Painting, Oil
Children in Bangladesh Rakib, a 10 year old disabled boy tied up with rope to his carts because of safety in the streets by his mother.
nilabir Photography, Black and White
At school School kids having a laugh at the white girl and her camera.
sandalchild Photography, Colour
Elimnate the Worst form of child labour this child is a rag picker he collets a plastic botels for heare and theres from garbiges and markeets,he also colect the cards ,papers,bones,sringes,metels,glass and other things this child and others are same kindes of childrens are in haezords condation.
arq Photography, Colour
Lives transformed Fabric and carpet weaving are skills that have all but disappeared during Afghanistan's many years of war. In Zinda Jan district of western Herat Province, aid groups have helped 1,000 impoverished women revive the traditional skill of silk production. The women received Chinese silk worm eggs, equipment and money to buy mulberry leaves to...
enayatyama Photography, Colour
lulukabrasil Photography, Colour