Fabeha Monir is a Bangladesh-based visual journalist who uses still images, text, and video to provide multi-faceted storytelling for editorial and non-profit clients. As a humanist photographer, she tells people-focused stories that explore the themes of social development, migration, gender violence, and forced exile in marginalized communities.
Her editorial clients include The New York Times, The Guardian, Der Spiegel, Stern Magazine, Elle Magazine, Amnesty International, NRC, The Telegraph UK, Al Jazeera News, BBC News, Nido, Tagesspiegel, Terra Metter Magazine, Kehitys-Utveckling magazine, Spiegel Online, Badische Zeitung, Sueddeutsche Zeitung, Zeit magazine, Zeit Campus, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, The Sydney Morning Herald, Devex, France 24, The New Humanitarian, Pacific News, NRC Handelsblad, Icarus Complex Magazine, Global Network, The Chronicle for Higher Education, Zora Magazine among others.
She regularly reports and photographs for Bistandsaktuelt Daily News in Norway as their Bangladesh Correspondent on aid and development topics. She is the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s Yannis Behrakis Photojournalism Grant Awardee 2021.
She regularly receives commissions from non-profit organizations such as Oxfam, Asian Development Bank, Action Aid, Water Aid, Christian Aid, Islamic Aid, World Health Organization (WHO), Unicef, Leprosy Mission, CARE, THET, Action Against Hunger, Soneva foundation, Sesame Street, Solider Swiss, Danish refugee Council, World Food Program (WFP), IPAS, UNHCR, Traidcraft, Nobel Women Initiative, H&M Foundation, Age International, Human Appeal, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, People of Asia for Climate Solution, Asia Coms Lab, Asian's Peoples Movement on Debt & Development, Every Mother Counts among others.
- Breaking news
- Video capture