Pictures and stories of children’s vulnerability in war-torn areas

By on September 25, 2019

Pictures and stories of children’s vulnerability in war-torn areas. Together with War Child, Target Aid has invited two fantastic speakers to talk about their work in war-affected areas.

Niclas Hammarström, photojournalist – one of Sweden’s most award-winning photographers who won several first prizes in the Picture of the Year, was named Journalist of the Year and was honored with a number of major international awards. His captivating images and stories come from vulnerable places like Syria, Yemen, Liberia and Honduras. Niclas was also in place immediately after the events at Utöya and the World Trade Center.

John Mahoney, country manager War Child Palestine – talks about War Child’s work being conducted on site in Palestine and how war and conflict affect the mental health of children and young people.

The charity War Child works to improve the lives of hundreds of thousands of children affected by war. Through psychosocial support, protection and education, they support children to process their traumatic experiences, to build their self-confidence and to again dare to trust other people. The organization has a number of projects laid out at Target Aid.

Target Aid is a global platform where aid organizations make visible specific projects to donate to. We are growing steadily and today we can present 53 organizations with 90 accounts that together have put together 176 charity projects across 28 countries. Our digital impact profile for companies clarifies the impact and makes visible a company’s social commitment, it creates internal as well as external engagement with the company’s employees and customers.

The lecture Pictures and stories of children’s vulnerability in war-torn areas is held at A House Stockholm Tuesday 1 October.

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