R350.00 – R18,000.00
Nigerian phtographer, Immanuel Afolabi, works on a multimedia project during a training workshop run by World Press Photo as part of the Twenty Ten project. With funding from the Dutch Postcode Lottery, the project has trained close to 120 journalists from 35 African countries to produce features on the run up to and during the Twenty Ten FIFA World Cup, Africa’s first football world cup. The project sees a collaboration between Dutch organisations World Press Photo, Freevoice, and lokaalmondiaal with Africa Media Online as the African partner creating the systems for and managing the distribution of the content to world media markets. The two multimedia workshops in Johannesburg and Lusaka were the first multimedia workshops run by World Press Photo. The workshops were organised in partnership with the Panos Institute Southern Africa and had input from Twenty Ten partners Africa Media Online and lokaalmondiaal.
Afolabi’s story revolved around young people suffering with HIV/AIDS who