Foto’s Blog: Thanks for Giving in Ghana

Nov 22, 2010   //   Foto's Blog, Ghana  //  Comments Off on Foto’s Blog: Thanks for Giving in Ghana



Phodographer Amir Pelleg in Kumasi, Ghana

On this Thanksgiving week, DMW honors all phoDOGraphers who have taken their time to see and recognize so many children around the world. In 37 countries, this humble program continues to spread diplomacy worldwide and be a bridge of peace from Niger to Panama, Ghana to India, and now from Jamaica to Tibet. Starting with a single “click” – truly the power of one photograph transcends much and can bring real affirmation and a smile. Foto the dog is a symbol of peace and love and helps fetch all the photos.

Amir Pelleg was working as a volunteer consultant in remote cocoa farming communities. He said Dog Meets World was such “an exciting and rewarding experience.” These are kids from that community, thrilled to have their first photograph. Thanks Amir and all phoDOGraphers for bringing the Dog Meets World citizen photo diplomacy project to over 5000 kids and families.

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Praise for DMW

"Participating in Dog Meets World was a truly magical experience, bringing joy and wonderment to all I met."

John Carr, Phodographer across South America

"Dog Meets World unleashes the power of photography as a diplomatic and personal tool in building connections among the people of the world. It embeds a memory in photographer and subject alike."

Prof. Patrick Fleming, Fulbright scholar & Phodographer Cambodia & Kyrgzystan

"You will never know just how important that photo will be long after it is taken and given."

Delores Barr Weaver, co-owner Jacksonville Jaguars

"Dog Meets World went over fabulously in my village. It is a perfect option for Peace Corps volunteers like myself. I like the Foto dog mascot, kids like it, and it is a representation of the peace and the ideas of the project."

Kristen Woodruff, Phodographer Costa Rica

"The kids are absolutely loving Dog Meets World. For a majority, these were the first images of themselves that they have ever owned."

Marti Johnson, Phodographer Uganda