- Date: July 23, 2012
In 2010, WWF started a program in West Kalimantan, Indonesia that enables communities to find a voice through photography. The program, Panda CLICK! (Communication Learning toward Innovative Change and Knowledge), encourages community members to capture photos and video of their surroundings—images they feel are significant to their culture and daily life. Participants are of all ages and include fishermen, farmers, teachers, students and tribal leaders.
Panda CLICK! is part of WWF’s contribution to community education about nature conservation. The program encourages communities to transfer knowledge to younger generations through visual and written documentation.
View some of the incredible photographs that have been captured by Panda CLICK! participants:
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