Beautiful landscapes and beautiful fruits have populated our past Amazing Africa posts — now how about some beautiful faces? In these compelling and intimate shots, the focus is on people and their stories — which is exactly what we’re about here at ONE.
A staffer at the Okyereko Rice Cooperative Association in Ghana. Photo credit: Morgana Wingard/ONE
A little girl in Madagascar
Although we’ve shared this photo many times before on ONE’s website, the look in this beautiful child’s eyes still move us.
A smallholder farmer in Tamale, Ghana. Photo credit: Morgana Wingard/ONE
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This boy sells fortified bread on the streets of Cairo, Egypt. The bread, which has extra nutrients, helps prevent malnutrition for Egypt’s poorest people.
Kevin was nearly about to die from complications with HIV/AIDS, but thanks to ARV medication, he’s healthy again. His son, pictured here, is HIV-negative, thanks to treatment.
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Dr. Diby Charles Joseph of Cote d’Ivoire helps people like Kevin go on treatment for HIV/AIDS.
You can tell by this Ghanaian woman’s eyes that she has experienced many hard years. She works as a farmer for the Nyohini Women’s Group, a rice processing center funded through Millennium Challenge Corporation, in Tamale. Photo credit: Morgana Wingard/ONE
Paulene and her sweet daughter at a vaccines clinic in Nairobi, Kenya. We are happy knowing that this baby will grow up without the fear of some of the most deadly preventable diseases.
A health worker in Kenya who helps moms like Paulene get treatments they need for their babies.
A kid on a sweet potato farm in Tanzania.
This girl, who lives in a rural part of Ethiopia, just got treated by a health extension worker. Since many of her fellow villagers live far away from hospitals or clinics, health workers come to them to give them the health care they need.
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