Cloudburst’s Sandra Coburn Featured in USAID Photo Contest

Cloudburst’s Sandra Coburn Featured in USAID Photo Contest

What does it look like when international development works? Cloudburst Public Information Specialist, Sandra Coburn, provides a glimpse in her photograph, which received an honorable mention in USAID’s Feed the Future photo contest. Over 100 images were submitted on the theme “Photos of Progress: What It Looks Like When Development Works” and we are proud to see Ms. Coburn’s among top featured photos. Her great work highlight Cloudburst’s commitment to provide innovative, effective and sustainable solutions that deliver a lasting impact.

From the photo contest announcement:

“A picture, as they say, is worth a thousand words.

The latest Feed the Future photo contest showcases how the initiative is putting America’s engine of ingenuity and opportunity to work abroad—and the people who are improving their lives and futures because of it.

Our partners from universities, nonprofits, NGOs and the U.S. Government submitted more than 100 inspiring photos of Feed the Future in action—from Nepal to Kenya to Guatemala.

These images help tell the story of what it looks like when development works: farmers connect to markets, women and young people have opportunities to build a better future, children get a better start on life with better nutrition, entrepreneurs find support to launch new ventures, research and innovation lead to marketable solutions, and economies and global stability grow.”

All of the submissions are worth a look, so go check them out now!

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