Ibrahim Malla


Year of Winning Submission: 2016

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Ibrahim Malla is a Syrian-Italian professional photographer specialising in social and humanitarian issues. His photographs have appeared on the BBC and CNN and in the Los Angeles Times and The Guardian. He is the winner of several international photography awards and his work has featured in exhibitions across Europe

Winning Story: Syria

Winning Story: Yemen


Annie Griffiths


Year of Winning Submission: 2016

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Annie Griffiths was one of the first women photographers to work for National Geographic. She has covered women’s issues on six continents, and her work has also been featured in LIFE, Geo, Smithsonian, Time, Stern and many other publications. Annie has received awards from the National Press Photographers Association, Associated Press, National Organization of Women and White House News Photographers Association.

Winning Story: Vietnam 


Anna Kåri


Year of Winning Submission: 2016


Anna Kåri is a photojournalist based in London. She travels and works extensively in Africa and Asia, on personal projects and for clients. Her work has appeared in Time, The Sunday Times Magazine, Le Monde, The Guardian, Politiken and many other publications. She also works for charities including Save the Children and Amnesty International.

Winning Story: Somaliland


Andrew McConnell


Year of Winning Submission: 2016

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Andrew McConnell began his career as a press photographer covering the closing stages of the conflict in Northern Ireland and the transition to peace. He has covered issues such as the conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, e-waste in Ghana, surfing in the Gaza Strip, urban refugees worldwide, and the ongoing occupation of Western Sahara. In 2011 he received two first prizes at the World Press Photo Awards and two National Press Photographers Awards, including the prestigious Best of Show.

Winning Story: South Sudan


Prabha Jayesh


Year of Winning Submission: 2016

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Prabha Jayesh Patel, 42, lives in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. She took up photography three years ago. Since then, her awards have included being the winner of the 'Waste to Photo' award organised by the Sardinia Symposium and the “Clean & Green India”, organised by ASSIST India/Ten Photos to Shake the World. Her documentary projects include “Salty Life” about the lives of salt workers in Little Rann of Kutch.

Prabha Jayesh is the first place winner of The Other Hundred Educators Edition.

Winning Story: India


Janet Jarman


Year of Winning Submission: 2016


Janet Jarman works as a photojournalist and multimedia producer based in Mexico. She was recently awarded a documentary film grant from the MacArthur Foundation. Janet graduated with a journalism degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has worked as a staff photographer at The Miami Herald and has a master’s degree in environmental issues from the University of London.

Winning Story: Mexico