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Disposable Crisis & Java Village

Posted on January 12, 2012

On account of the recent news article in NRC I received an email this morning from a woman working for Stichting Java Village, a charity which supports villagers in West Java in their efforts to build a brighter future for their community.

They assist people in their fight against poverty, basing their work on their priorities and needs. Special attention is paid to the most vulnerable: children, youngsters and women who are the main income earners of their households.
Their aim is to contribute to sustainable development and better lives for all.

She offered to take some disposable cameras with her to Java when she will travel there this February. As she has a broad sheer of connections which can let the cameras fall in the hands of “real” people like street workers, urban mid class, university people, Koran study groups, inhabitants of remote villages etc. this seemed like the perfect plan!

She will also make sure the cameras are returned to her and she’ll take them back to the Netherlands for me. That’s even more perfect! This is a really nice development in the project and surely shows what I want this project to be about: real people sharing their experiences of the impact of the crisis on their lives.

A big big Thank You!

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