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Training the next generation of women storytellers from the margins

We are a non-profit social enterprise working to elevate the voices of women from underrepresented groups and communities through visual storytelling.

We train women in under-represented communities with photography, digital storytelling, and video production, empowering them to share their stories and advocate for the issues they face.

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WHAT’S NEWS

What we’re learning about creative methods for policy dialogue on adaptation: A briefing note from our partners National Adaptation Plan Global Network (NAP GN)

by Angie Dazé, with contributions from Ayesha Constable, Lydia Wanjiku Kibandi, and Jhannel Tomlinson From its establishment, the national adaptation plan (NAP) process was envisioned as a participatory process that addresses issues of gender equality and social inclusion. Over the last 2 years Lensational has been working with the NAP Global Network to create Envisioning Resilience, an initiative that aims

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Beyond training: Fostering independence among our photographers

In the midst of the 2020 COVID-19 downtime, we seized the opportunity to reflect and reevaluate our training approach and the impact it had on the women we work with. Previously, our training was an 8-hour program spread across a week, but as demand increased for our photographers’ services, we noticed a gap as our photographers were not fully equipped

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