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Photos for Millennium Development Goals for UN week Sept. 21-26 2014

Posted in corporate social responsibility, Documentary | Photography, Girls Education, Global Health, News, Non Profit, Recent Projects, Uncategorized, women's empowerment with tags , , , , , , , , on September 18, 2014 by tuschman


I was asked by FHI 360  in collaboration with Women Deliver, Girls’ Globe and Johnson & Johnson to contribute some of my photos from my upcoming book: Faces of Courage to present during this year’s UN General Assembly opening session the week of September 22-26 in New York. They are creating an online campaign centered around the Twitter hashtag #MDG456Live to draw attention to how the development community is addressing women’s and girls’ issues related to MDGs 4, 5 and 6 at the UN General Assembly. I am very proud to be part of this effort. Here are a set of bookmarks that will be distributed:

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Novartis Malaria Initiative

Posted in Africa, corporate social responsibility, Documentary | Photography, Global Health, Kenya, Malaria, Recent Projects with tags , , , , , , on October 10, 2013 by tuschman

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Malaria is one of the great scourges of mankind.

In 2011 and 2012, I traveled the world in cooperation with Novartis to document the impact that malaria has on people — and to show that,with the right combination of know how, technology, resources, and collaboration, malaria can be beaten.

Through my photographs I witnessed the amazing story of the Novartis Malaria Initiative.

This massive program has delivered 600 million antimalarial treatments to adults and children in malari-infested regions across three continents

The following link will take you on a remarkable journey, from the creation of the antimalarial active ingredients in China,
to the treatment of malaria patients in Africa and Asia.

http://www.malaria.novartis.com/malaria-initiative/onlinebook/index.shtml

I hope you enjoy traveling with me on this journey.