At the end of last year I headed out to India on behalf of Outreach International and World Hunger, a country that has been high up on my ‘must go to’ list for quite a while. I wasn’t disappointed. Although the culture is in many ways very different to my own, there was still something familiar about the place and the people. I put it down to the regretful colonial influence we British had on this amazing country.

I visited various projects in the Orissa area (East India), here are a handful of photos from the trip.

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Real Lives – Farhana

It seems a long while since I posted a Real Lives piece so I thought it was time to resolve that. Although my last couple of posts have been from my recent trip to Sri Lanka I wanted to share the story of a girl we met there called Farhana.

I also produced a video interview with Farhana so you may want to check this out. My daughter Amy was willing to do the voiceover for me.

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Photos/Video by Wayne Rowe / Visioning Images