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Eight students participated in the Snapshot of HOPE program in the Dominican Republic to learn how to photograph and document HOPE’s lifesaving work. The class, conducted by international photojournalist and Project HOPE volunteer, Jon Brack, offered students the opportunity to learn how to use their personal mobile devices to take photos and tell the stories of HOPE through their own eyes. The participants included a doctor of the Order of Malta Clinic, Project HOPE staff in the Dominican Republic, beneficiaries of HOPE’s programs in the Dominican Republic and even local TV journalists. The result of their work is photo essays depicting the importance of mother-child health services in the Dominican Republic.

thumb_snapshot-Yefri Yefri Feliz is a collaborator with the Project HOPE Vulnerable Youth Program in the Dominican Republic. He also is studying medicine at Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo. Check out his HOPE for Healthy Babies photo essay.
thumb_snapshot-Yaqueline Yaqueline Aquino supports Project HOPE as a data entry/statistics specialist with the Order of Malta Clinic in Santo Domingo. She is also a university student, studying systems engineering. Check out her HOPE for New Parents photo essay.
thumb_snapshot-Yajahira Yajaira García Valdez is a family and community medicine doctor supporting the new Haina Clinic for the Dominican Association of the Order of Malta. Check out her Time to Care photo essay.
thumb_snapshot-Rickelvis Rickelvis Valerio Jimenez works as a project coordinator for Alerta Joven, Project HOPE’s Vulnerable Youth Program. Check out his Waiting Time is Bonding Time photo essay.
thumb_snapshot-Orlando Ramón Orlando Mendez, a nurse by education, now coordinates the Order of Malta and Project HOPE Clinic Program in the Dominican Republic. Check out his Encouraging Healthy Babies photo essay.
thumb_snapshot-Marcos Marcos Antonio Hernández is a beneficiary of Project HOPE’s Vulnerable Youth Program (Alerta Joven) and Order of Malta Clinic. He now studies software development at Instituto Tecnológico de las Americas. Check out his Welcome to the Order of Malta Clinic photo essay.
thumb_snapshot-Laura Laura Lucia Jiménez Calderón works as a strategic communications consultant for Project HOPE in the Dominican Republic. She holds a bachelors degree in Communications and also works at Digital 15, a local TV Station as a TV host. Check out her Wait photo essay.
thumb_snapshot-katherine Katherine Mabel Hilario García works as a logistician managing Project HOPE’s Gifts-In-Kind program in the Dominican Republic. Check out her Closing the Circle photo essay.

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