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last updated: 11:15 UTC / Friday 28 August 2015

‘Women’s Voices: Maria’ is part of a series of short films on abortion produced by Panos for the International Planned Parenthood Federation.

Video by Eduardo Martino.


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A film by Lana Slezic about Andy Barrie: Canadian radio presenter and barratoned speaker, and his expereince with Parkinsons.


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Muhammed is one of the heroes fighting against the spread of Ebola. Working as a volunteer for the Red Cross in Freetown, Sierra Leone, once a month he assists with the removal of bodies from peoples homes and ensures they have a dignified burial.

Shot by Mads Nissen for Politiken, also for The Guardian.


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12 Panos photographers, in collaboration with Sony’s Global Imaging Ambassadors (SGIA) programme, have photographed in cities across the world over the past nine months to produce a highly topical exhibition on the subject of the Future of Cities.

Building on the notion that three quarters of the world’s population could be living in cities by the middle of the 21st century, each photographers has tried to address different issues, developments and challenges now affecting cities globally and to document innovative solutions being devised to accommodate the ever growing urban populations.

Shot by Fabio Erdos, Paul Morris and Anna Stevens.
Produced and edited by Panos Pictures.


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Amira fled to Jordan because of the trauma she’d suffered before and during the conflict in Syria.

With funding from UK aid, the International Rescue Committee is providing psycho-social support to Amira and many others like her.

Shot by Abbie Trayler-Smith, edit and production by Panos for DFID.


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Warda is one of thousands of Syrians who fled to Iraq from Kobani when ISIL attacked last year.

With support from UK aid, UNHCR and the Danish Refugee Council helped her cope with the winter.

Shot by Andrew McConnell, edit and production by Panos for DFID.


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Roqaya’s just one of the many thousands of people who’ve been injured over the past four years during the Syrian conflict.

With support from UK aid, Handicap International is helping her to recover.

Shot by Abbie Trayler-Smith, edit and production by Panos for DFID.


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Maha is one of the thousands of women from Syria who are now refugees in Lebanon.

With funding from UK aid, the International Rescue Committee is providing vocational training, counselling and support across the country.

Shot by Andrew McConnell, edit and production by Panos for DFID.


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Samir is one of the thousands of Iraqi citizens who were displaced from their homes in Sinjar when ISIL attacked last year.

With support from UK Aid, UNHCR and other agencies helped him cope with the winter.

Shot by Andrew McConnell, edit and production by Panos for DFID.


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New beans could transform Kenyan canning industry.

Researchers from the University of Nairobi, Kenya have developed superior, better-yielding, drought-resistant varieties of beans. The new varieties that have now gone through validation process by the regulators have much shorter cooking time, an attribute that is favourable to the canning industry and consumers because it significantly reduces energy costs.

Equally significant about these varieties is that beans ‘considered’ a woman’s crop has the potential to transform the lives of many women. These varieties, once released into the market, are expected to make a strong impact in countries in eastern Africa, including Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda.

Video shot by Sven Torfinn.
Produced by Panos Pictures for Sci.Dev.


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Leasing delivers strong developmental impact in Africa by playing a critical role helping SMEs access finance, and promoting financial sector development.

Nyani Quarmyne travelled to Tanzania, Ghana and Senegal to document the activities of the IFC Africa Leasing Facility, a five-year, multi-country advisory services program aimed at introducing leasing as an innovative financial instrument across Sub-Saharan Africa.


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Abdullah was injured when a shell exploded next to him. He needed multiple operations and eventually had his leg amputated.

Over the last six months the UK government has supported teams of highly skilled British orthopaedic and plastic surgeons from the NHS to travel to Gaza. The organisations behind this programme, MAP and IDEALS, were funded as part of a package of more than £17 million in emergency humanitarian assistance, to help deliver lifesaving food, clean water, shelter and medical assistance.

Shot by Abbie Trayler Smith, edit and production by Panos for DFID.


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Multimedia storytelling has been embraced by Panos Pictures as an additional way to represent our photographers' work. The agency produces work in collaboration with photographers and outside agencies.

Many Panos photographers can be commissioned to shoot sound and video on assignment. Please contact us for more information.

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