Photojournalist Martin Edström, has just published two virtual tours for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) which helps empower lives and build resilient nations.
360 photo experience: Lebanon
This virtual tour made by Martin showcases UNDP current projects in Lebanon to mitigate the impact of the Syria Crisis by improving livelihood s and service provision in most affected areas. Moreover, promoting peace building and strengthening the capacities of key national institutions for recovery coordination and crisis management.
360 photo experience: Jordan
Martin made another virtual tour showcases UNDP current projects in Jordan to mitigate the impact of the Syria Crisis by supporting the solid waste management sector through the provision of equipment and material, rehabilitation and upgrading of infrastructure, as well as assist municipalities in the implementation of their annual work plans.
More about Martin
Martin Edström is spearheading the field of immersive journalism and photography, dedicated to tell important stories in compelling ways. “The world is too complex, and the internet too flexible, to justify telling stories with just columns of text and still images.” Martin works with innovative storytelling tools, among them the 360° reportage. He has always worked with classic still photography and written journalism, and still do. Martins main subjects include human rights and environmental protection, sustainability in developing countries, natural and cultural heritage. Have a look at other projects led by Martin: Nyamata 360, Zaatari 360 and Saving Mount Everest.
Thank you Martin for sharing and good luck for the future.
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