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Portraits of prosperity: the impact of good nutrition in Senegal
I travelled to Kolda, one of the most remote areas of Senegal, to photograph the transformative impact of healthy, nutritious food on people’s lives. Historically, Kolda has one of the highest rates of malnutrition and child mortality in the country. To break the cycle of food insecurity, Nutrition International and other development partners launched PINKK - Projet intégré de nutrition dans les régions de Kolda et de Kédougou - assisting farmers in growing nutrient-rich fruit and vegetables. These portraits of farmers and their children illustrate 3 years of prosperity in Kolda's villages.
Natalia is a photographer and content producer. For the last 15 years she has documented social and environmental issues for the United Nations, the Earth Institute at Columbia University, and development and wildlife conservation NGO’s. Her work has taken her from her home in Australia to Africa, where she was based for over ten years, firstly in Ethiopia then Kenya. Natalia studied communications at the University of NSW, where she specialised in journalism and audio-visual production. She is passionate about documenting indigenous cultures and traditions around the world.