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    Picture my world homes & families Picture my world homes & families Presentation Transcript

    • Homes and families
    • The Picture my World photographers took photos of their families.
    • Some families are very BIG and some are quite small!
    • Some families live together in one place and other families live far apart. Sometimes different members of a family live in different countries around the world!
    • Families share happy times and sad times. What does the word family mean to you?
    • Families come in all shapes and sizes!
    • But some members of our global family do not get a fair share of the things they need. CAFOD works in over 60 countries around the world to make sure that all our sisters and brothers get a fair share!
    • CAFOD is working with families in Haiti. This is Carmen and her family. They survived the earthquake in January 2010. CAFOD is working to make sure they have the things they need.
    • CAFOD is working with families in El Salvador. The Ramos Laguán family are off to feed their chickens. They make money by selling the meat and eggs and the whole family have a healthy diet too!
    • CAFOD is working with families in Nigeria. Latifa is 6 years old and is collecting water from the stream to wash clothes and dishes. Her family don’t have to drink the water from the stream anymore. Now they have clean safe drinking water from a rainwater tank provided by CAFOD.
    • We are all part of ONE BIG GLOBAL FAMILY!
    • Photos by: Picture my World Photographers in Phnom Penh and Wakefield, Annie Bungeroth, CAFOD, Caritas, Simon Rawles, Mike Noyes, Claudia Torres. Illustrations by: Per Karlen cafod.org.uk/picturemyworld