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A team of three determined South African women is crossing Europe in the epic 16 000km Mongol Rally from the UK to Mongolia to raise money for two charities, the Christina Noble Children’s Foundation (CNCF) and the Pink Drive Campaign. The local team, called 1 000 Travelling Names And a Donkey – a reference to their asinine mascot – is using an ambulance as their mode of transport, which they will donate to the Mongolian people once they get to Ulan Bator. When it came to choosing a mascot, the ladies settled on Dan the donkey to lead them through their long trip. Donations for artwork featuring Dan was requested from willing contributors.

The Unmissables is an art project by MPAN which aims to show the human side of missing persons. (MPAN) Mr Woldemichael has been featured in MPAN’s Unmissables Project which connects families of missing persons with artists and writers to create pieces that help communicate the human story – not just the statistics. Just as art was the centre of Mr Woldemichael’s universe, his family believes it could help bring him back home to theirs.

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Artwork donated to Homecoming Revolution to celebrate the life of Nelson Mandela. Homecoming Revolution is a non-profit aimed at encouraging South Africans abroad to return home with the messaging, “Don’t wait until it gets better come home and make it better.”

The Orbis Flying Eye Hospital is a state-of-the-art teaching facility complete with operating room, classroom and recovery room. It provides training to all types of healthcare workers - from doctors and nurses in regional hospitals to district leaders and teachers in remote areas. This poster was commsionedto advertise the documentery made during the Kolkata, India leg.

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Rialto Channel hosted special ‘Breast Cancer Screenings’ at Academy Cinemas with Ascendant Dx scientists who collected the tears of cinemagoers. Ascendant Dx is an American research firm, which has found tears can be used to detect breast cancer with up to 90 percent accuracy.

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