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Associations Now: Association Puts a Face on the Effects of Sequestration

February 2, 2014    

Association Puts a Face on the Effects of Sequestration: Associations Now by Katie Bascuas, Jan 31, 2014. Students excitedly await…

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Association Puts a Face on the Effects of Sequestration

NPR, Weekend All Things Considered: Pakistani Photographers Take a Personal Picture of Home

September 2, 2013    

On June 15, 2013 NPR’s Weekend All Things Considered featured an interview by Jacki Lyden with four of the participating…

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The exhibition "Pakistan Through Our Eyes: Emerging Photographers from the Tribal Areas" was presented on June 12, 2013 at the United States Institute of Peace in Washington, D.C. The exhibition highlighted the work of 17 emerging photographers from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) of Pakistan who participated in two National Geographic Photo Camps. National Geographic Photo Camp Pakistan is a collaboration of USAID, National Geographic and Internews. Curators Without Borders provided exhibition curation and graphic design. Photo: imijphoto.com

Christian Science Monitor, Slideshow: Pakistan’s remote Federally Administered Tribal Areas

September 2, 2013    

A slideshow of photos by the Pakistani photographers – Pakistan’s remote Federally Administered Tribal Areas – is available on the Christian Science Monitor website.

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Pakistan's remote Federally Administered Tribal Areas

The Huffington Post, Slideshow: ‘Pakistan Through Our Eyes’ Photo Show Offers Glimpse Into Tribal Areas

September 2, 2013    

The Huffington Post featured a story and slide show, "Pakistan Through Our Eyes" Photo Show Offers Glimpse Into Tribal Areas….

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'Pakistan Through Our Eyes' Photo Show Offers Glimpse Into Tribal Areas

Voice of America, Interview: پاکستان کے نوجوان اور باصلاحیت فوٹوگرافرز

September 2, 2013    

Voice of America Urdu : "Pakistan Through Our Eyes"

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'Pakistan Through Our Eyes'