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2018 - 17MSP Geneva

The Seventeenth Meeting of the States Parties where more than 300 delegates, including landmine experts and survivors met to discuss ways to make the world free of these weapons.

Photos are free to use for delegations in the context of the Convention. Please provide photo courtesy to Convention ISU.

For more information www.apminebanconvention.org/meetings-of-the-states-partie...




Promoting Inclusion for Persons w/ Disabilities

Taken on December 8, 2015, this image shows the hands of seven of the original staff of TV Surdo. /IREX, Mozambique Media Strengthening Program

In Mozambique, as traditional TV channels don’t present information in an accessible format for the deaf or hard of hearing, access to quality news and educational information is a challenge. For deaf citizens like Sousa Camanguira, not only does this make them feel excluded and marginalized, but it also jeopardizes their ability to access information on an equal basis as others. In 2008, at the age of 30, Sousa founded the USAID-supported TV Surdo (“Deaf TV”), a station that includes sign language in all programming, and whose purpose is to advocate not only for the deaf community but also for the promotion of inclusive policies for persons with other disabilities. This image taken on December 8, 2015, shows the hands of seven of the original staff of TV Surdo. Today, the staff consists of one blind person, eight deaf persons, one physically disabled person, and five non-disabled persons. Photo Courtesy of IREX’s Mozambique Media Strengthening Program, and a 2018 USAID/DRG Photo Contest submission.




Reed Frog - Mozambique

We saw a number of these attractive, tiny (fingernail-sized) frogs in and around Gorongosa Natl. Park. (Hyperolius sp.)




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Using drones to prepare for disasters in Madagascar and Mozambique

“The EU-funded programmes in both Mozambique and Madagascar present a unique opportunity to leverage technology to save lives and change lives by increasing access to people in need, providing humanitarian coordinators with mission-critical information and detecting vulnerability before a crisis while making operations more efficient and effective,” said Adam Marlatt, Global Emergency Telecommunications Cluster UAS Coordinator.

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