Saturday, 18 September 2010
Portrait of a cotton farmer.
If you notice with this blog, I don’t often post photographs from assignments commissioned by clients unless I think it very necessary. My last post of the woman peeling cassava was taken for the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). They are doing amazing work here in Ghana through such projects as REP and RTIMP. I’m sure you can google for more information on those.
This photograph above, I made just a couple of days ago in a tiny village 3 hours drive from Yamoussoukro in the Ivory Coast for BASF “The Chemicals Company”. With the current attention the African Farmer is receiving, I can’t help hoping and waiting for the time (in the very immediate future) when his/ her fortune turns.
For how hard they work, it will be good to see them enjoy some of the wealth they create.
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