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The net proceeds of the sale will go to Yemen
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More than 100 children die every day from starvation alone.

Yemen the forgotten land.

Since 2015, Yemen has been experiencing the world's worst humanitarian crisis. 80% of the population is dependent on aid. This percentage has only increased since the covid crisis. Poverty, drought, locusts, war, IS, al-Qaeda, price hikes and cholera are gripping Yemen. Aid is difficult to get started due to Covid.


The ZOA is on site. They not only provide food but provide farmers with starter packages  to irrigate and cultivate their land. ZOA lays out vegetable gardens, makes rain basins and sanitary facilities and drills water wells. In addition, they generate employment for the local population. Financial support is needed to continue this important work.

Beautiful to give, beautiful to receive

With every photo I take I take something of someone else. And sometimes it's good to give back. I have chosen to develop the Zanzibar series in a beautiful gift box. Beautiful scenes take place in and on the beach. Life is all about fishing. The Zanzibar series includes a fine art print called BUCKET. In this work, a group of women with colored basins are waiting for a boat with fish. That same tub is used a few hundred kilometers away to weigh children who are on the brink of starvation, an indescribably harsh contrast and good motivation for me to give Yemen the attention it deserves with this Zanzibar series.

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excerpt from BUCKET
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