Picturing health: 35 years of photojournalism at WHO


The bridge on the Drina: Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1961
People and truck crossing the bridge on the Drina river, Bosnia and Herzegovina
WHO/Jean Mohr

The photo essay The bridge on the Drina, by Jean Mohr was inspired by the Nobel Prize-winning poet Ivo Andric's book by the same name, "which tells how the bridge, ever since it was built in the 16th century across the fast-flowing river of Serbia, has contributed to the growth and life of the town of Visegrad." Photographer Jean Mohr explored the theme of urbanization: "the growth of towns, suburbs swallowed into city centres, the disappearance of green calm." (World Health, December 1962)

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