Elayne Devlin received funding from the Simon Cumbers Media Fund to document child trafficking in Togo. The documentary looks at the start of the child trafficking route in West Africa from the border points onto market in capital cities where adults force children to work as modern day slaves. A Woman called Auntie was broadcast […]
KADE contracted photographer Eileen O’Leary to spend the 2005-2006 period in Lesotho, developing a project on the Millennium Development Goals with funding from the Simon Cumbers Media fund. Samples of an exhibition of her work, Peace, Rain and Prosperity, can be viewed here and here. A brochure on the exhibition can also be viewed here. […]
Michael Brennan received funding in 2005/2006 to travel to Sierra Leone to report on the lives of amputees, who lost their limbs during the 11-year-long civil war. The result of this project was a print article in the Sunday Business Post on 2nd July 2006. For more information on Irish Aid’s work in Sierra Leone, […]
In 2005, Jane Doran and Finbarr O’Rourke travelled to Ecuador to document the challenges facing an indigenous tribe against an oil company. Part of the outputs was an article in the Irish Examiner on 14th August 2006; Fighting to save their way of life.
In 2005 / 2006, Iva Pocock travelled to Mozambique to document the sugar industry in the country. A number of articles were printed in the Irish Times, including Sugar Rush on 18th June 2005 and Beating the drum for beet on 21st June 2005.
In 2005, Kim Haughton and Pól Ó Conghaile travelled to Angola to document the effect Malaria had on the country. This resulted in an article titled, The Silent Killer, which appeared in the Irish Independent Weekend Magazine in 14th May 2005.