I am a family practice doctor currently serving as the Medical Director of a community clinic in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I have worked on global health projects in Mozambique, Cote D'Ivoire, Vietnam, South Africa, and Haiti. Photography is a way to practice art consistent with my social activist values. When practiced well, documentary photography has the power to sharpen reality by exposing us to what otherwise might be missed or misrepresented and connecting us deeply to others living lives disparate from our own.
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These photos were mostly taken in 2010 while I was working in Mozambique with Health Alliance International, a global health non-profit that works to improve working conditions for health workers in the public health system and improve the access to and quality of care for all Mozambicans. www.healthallianceinternational.org
Wendy Johnson, MD, MPH
Photographer: Wendy Johnson
Organization: Health Alliance International
Exhibit Title: Health workers on a shoestring
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