New York, NY, USA
Alfredo Bini is a freelance photojournalist. His work, which is published by the major international media, is often used as debating material during conferences, television programs, and festivals. It is exhibited and projected in museums, galleries, and universities. He works on editorial, corporate, and advertising assignments and he regularly collaborates with NGOs and UN Agencies such as Caritas, Oxfam, FAO, and UNICEF. He lives in Italy and New York.
2011 - Readers Award , 2011 - 2nd prize for war photojournalism, 2010 - 2nd place , 2010 - 2nd place, 2010 - 2nd place, 2010 - 3 honorable mention , 2008 - Runner - UP , 2008 - Silver Award of Excellence, 2008 - 2nd place and 2 honorable mentions
- Breaking news
- Military embed
- RC aerial
- RISC training
- Video editing
Niger – Agadez. After an 8 hour wait in the desert sun they have been ordered to move. The soldiers use remote-controlled planes to ensure the area is free of bandits and rebels. They and the police check the trucks and their passengers. This precaution was not sufficient to prevent an ambush the day after departure. Four trucks, officially transporting cigarettes, were robbed. No passenger trucks were involved. The convoy on April 6th included approximately 47 trucks, of which at least 25 were carrying 130 to 150 migrants. After Dirkou, many of these will attempt to reach Libya.
LAND GRABBING OR LAND TO INVESTORS?
Ethiopia, Awash, near Amibara and the Aledeghi natural reserve.
The planting of sugar cane cuttings.
This area is included in the government-owned Metahara Sugar Factory's 49,500 acres expansion plan, aimed at boosting sugar and biofuel production.
ING SOCIAL RESPONSABILITY
ING SOCIAL RESPONSABILITYEthiopia, Awash, Arabhara. The school in Arabhara, a village near the River Kebena, between the town of Amibara and the Aledeghi natural reserve. ING Direct is the main donor of this UNICEF activity.