A Project to raise funds and awareness of the extraordinary work of the Amal Foundation.
This new photographic undertaking shows the Amal Foundation’s work on Bogura Island and in the Rohingya refugee camp at Cox’s Bazar, the largest refugee camp in the world.
Funds will be raised through the sale of photographs to be shown in an exhibition, first in Dhaka and then internationally. The photographs have been taken by mindseye, a photographic partnership set up by international photographers Anthony Dawton and Jim McFarlane to underline the continuing importance of socially responsible photography in areas of need and deprivation throughout the world. These photographs are available prior to the exhibitions.
These photographs can be viewed in the Project galleries Bangladesh I and Bangladesh II.