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Photocircle has once more spread its wings and taken off to yet another destination: Timor-Leste! At the other end of the globe, we now engage in community health care with the Bairo Pite Clinic (BPC). BPC is located in Dili, the capital of East Timor (or Timor-Leste, which is Australia’s second closest neighbor), and the […]

Hell yeah! If this kind of thing doesn’t make you love your job, what does?! We just finished our third(!) project with the Berlin based organization “Moabit hilft!” (“Moabit helps!”), a local initiative that helps refugees and asylum seekers in temporary homes in Berlin-Moabit. In order to improve the living conditions of people already facing distress […]

Ingetje Tadros‘ talent is to capture the triumphs, tragedy and diversity in people’s lives with her camera. Through her documentary style of photography, she confronts and provokes to deliver to the humanitarian cause, and convey a message by telling people’s stories. Having been born in Holland, Ingetje now calls Broome (Western Australia) her home.

With your help, we were able to provide six children in Burkina Faso with the opportunity to attend kindergarten! The kindergarten of Wend Raabo School Complex in the suburbs of Burkina Faso’s capital Ouagadougou opened its doors in 2010 – today, 57 girls and boys from age three to six are benefitting from the institution. It’s […]

Our good news of the week! With your help, we raised €600 to buy much needed winter aid for five families of Syrian refugees: a CARE Package including a stove, fuel, blankets and winter clothing for a family of six costs €120.  

It’s really raining awards this year! This week, our photographer Steffen Rothammel made it into the top 10 shortlist of the famous Sony World Photography Awards in the category “Smile” of the open competition. Over 170,000 photos from 171 countries had been submitted beforehand!! His “Morning Man”, looking through a window, is now smiling from a wall […]

The Grand Arirang Mass Games in Pyongyang, North Korea, are an artistic and gymnastics festival held annually from early August to early September. The name “Arirang” is a reference to a local folk song, considered by many to be the unofficial national anthem of Korea. It tells the story of a young couple, torn apart […]

Our photographer Pranabesh Das took this interesting picture of the Charak Puja Festival in Bangladesh.  The event is unique in the context of Bengali festivals and dedicated to penance. Men and women who participate in the ritual have to fast for an entire month, every day from sunrise to sunset, and in between they live strictly of fruits. […]

Nicole Cambré is a travel, street and wildlife photographer from Brussels. Her work is focused on documenting the mood of unexpected moments on her many journeys off the beaten track. Recently, her picture “The Great Migration” won in the Nature category of the National Geographic Photo Contest 2014. Photographers from over 150 countries had submitted their work […]

Kevin Russ, who makes a living as a globetrotter by taking pictures with his iPhone, is likely to be one of our most unconventional photographers. For example, he refrains from using expensive equipment, arguing that “If the photos I take make me feel what I felt when I was there in person, that’s really all I’m trying […]

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Since early October 2019 we've already been able to plant 119.111 trees thanks to the pictures sold on Photocircle. They will absorb approximately 9.528.880 kg CO₂ within the next five years.