Picturing health: 35 years of photojournalism at WHO


The dangerous age for African children: Democratic Republic of Congo, 1959
Man working with cereals, Togo
WHO/Erling Mandelmann

For this photo report for World Health, Paul Almasy visited the Institute for Scientific Research in Lwiro to combat malnutrition in central African children.

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Drought and distress: Togo, 1972

In 1972, Erling Mandelmann went on an extended photographic assignment in Lomé, Togo. For three months he travelled throughout Togo, Benin and Ghana, taking photographs for WHO and the World Food Programme. In 1974 the World Health magazine published Drought and distress featuring Mr Mandelmann's images of the World Food Programme's work in Togo.

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