Reflections From Behind The Lens: What's Revolutionizing Health Care in Africa Reflections From Behind The Lens: What's Revolutionizing Health Care in Africa
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Reflections From Behind The Lens: What's Revolutionizing Health Care in Africa

by Damien Schumann

February 3, 2014

 

A week flew by exceptionally fast, but slow enough for us to make long lasting friendships, and realize that we are a part of community consciously working towards empowering Africa from a grassroots level up. As Mandela proved to us, something always seems impossible until it is done. It was a great privilege to be amongst the minds that are taking on the seemingly ‘impossible’ task of developing adequate health care in Africa, and making a difference. 

Damien Schumann is a photographer / installation artist whose work is inspired by contemporary social issues and human justice. The essence of his art does not only lie in the creation of imagery and objects, but also in the impact it has on its viewers. Considered a visual anthropological study, Schumann strives to produce pro-active work for Advocacy, Communications and Social Mobilization Purposes. To see more of his work, continue here

Damien served as the photographer throughout the GOOD Pioneers of Health Exchange in Cape Town. All of the photographs related to the event and included in this piece were taken by him

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Reflections From Behind The Lens: What's Revolutionizing Health Care in Africa