Published feature article for World Footprints: on human trafficking in Kenya
Oct 17, 2018 | By: Matilde Simas
It is with much excitement that Capture Humanity team has joined the World Footprints family in its first feature article about human trafficking in Kenya.It is with great pride to have been a part of telling this important story on human trafficking with writer/editor, Jessica Barrett and telling the world what HAART Kenya is doing to address human trafficking, amplifying survivor stories and raising awareness.
Capture Humanity is an artistic collaborative involving photographers and writers from all over the world with the united desire to document humanitarian groups that assist women, children, marginalized communities and conservation efforts. We are committed to exploring complex narratives and communicate stories visually, with patience, commitment and integrity. Carrying out far-reaching projects that inspire greater creative and social consciousness. By focusing on grassroots organizations and social enterprises as they are community-led responses to problems at a local level.