Project Pearls in Batia, Bulacan

Visit in Batia, Bulacan, with the Project Pearls NGO of the relocation site of the ancient inhabitants of Ulingan, Tondo.
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Bacpat kids

Zuriel, Keeshia, Sierra, Dexter, Franz, 5 kids for 5 stories among millions there in the Philippines. I met some of them 1st in 2010. Coming back almost 2 years after allows to have an idea of how they are growing, how the Bacolod Patenkinder NGO, aka Bacpat,  improves their lives. Le
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Perpignan & Visa pour l’Image Festival

A glimpse of the 26th edition of the most famous photojournalism festival, in Perpignan, south of France. The Philippines are strongly present this year because of the Hayian/Yolanda super-typhoon that caused terrible images.
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Meeting Bacpat

Bacpat is Bacolod Patenkinder, a charity organization founded in 1982 by german journalist Uwe-Jens Schumann. I met Bacpat manager in Bacolod and asked her to present their statement and some of the projects I visited with her. Let her speak : Every child has a dream … but not every c
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Ulingan, city of the charcoal makers

Ulingan is located in Manila slum in Tondo district near a huge landfill where working families live in the manufacture of coal. You will find photo reports from my three visits in 2009, the company discovered in Filipino photojournalists the work of charcoal… the lives of famil
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The indigenous people of the Philippines

Filipinos are very attached to their culture, they also dedicate the month of October to their indigenous people. Aetas, Badjaos, Igorots … about 10 million Filipinos are of Aboriginal origin. Kanawan, un village Aeta The aetas are negritos people whose origins date back long be
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Project Pearls is 2 years old

Project Pearls foundation was created 2 years ago by Melissa Villa.  Its goal is to help the children of Ulingan, the charcoal district of Tondo in Manila, the Philippine capital. This article is a brief introduction that leads you to my photo stories in the philippine archipelago 
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Places (by Hannah Jo Uy)

This article is the response of the Philippines journalist Hannah Jo Uy à ma demande de raconter des histoires à partir des photos que vous pouvez trouver dans mon livre photo Philippines Rendez-Vous. My mattress is firm, the rocks and pebbles underneath me nothing but dust bunnies be
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