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Collaborating for positive change

 Partnerships are crucial to the success of Photovoices International’s work. Collaboration with our partners who believe in our vision, mission and approach have enabled us to innovate and broaden the reach and scope of our work. Implementing partners work side by side with Photovoices for the duration of the project and carry the work forward supporting the realization of endeavours spearheaded by local communities.  We are grateful for the trust and support that our valuable partners have given us throughout the years.



The David and Lucile Packard Foundation

The Packard Foundation has been a long-time supporter of Photovoices International, enabling the organization to grow and develop to where we are today. We are grateful for the trust the Foundation has put on the organization, strongly believing in the importance of working with under-represented communities at the grass-root level.

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Ford Foundation

The Ford Foundation has generously supported Photovoices projects in China and in Indonesia. The Ford Foundation, through the work of Caroline Wang and Marianne Burris, was an early trailblazer in supporting community-based photography as a tool for social change. The Foundation has helped shape Photovoices International’s work on the ground and set high standards of performance.


East Bali Poverty Project

East Bali Poverty Project has been working in partnership with Photovoices International on youth and gender-focused programs in Ban Village, Bali since 2016.

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Yayasan Konservasi Alam Nusantara

Photovoices have partnered with Yayasan Konservasi Alam Nusantara on mangrove conservation and the impact of COVID-19 in Teluk Semanting Village, Berau, East Kalimantan.


As part of a project aimed at engaging boys as allies on gender concerns, students at three East Bali Poverty Project (EBPP) schools located in Ban Village, chose to focus on sexual harrasment and other gender related issues. After six months of exploring these issues, they reflected on the ways gender impacts their daily lives and their vision for the future.


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