A photo exhibition entitled “To ke ban nghe” (I tell you my stories) came to the central province of Ninh Thuan on August 1 after its success in Hanoi, with 120 photos of daily life taken by ethnic children on display.

The exhibits are chosen from thousands taken by ethnic Cham, Raglai, H’mong and M’nong children in Ninh Thuan, the northern province of Lao Cai and the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong.

They were provided with a camera to capture what they saw in their communities, such as childhood games, school and family activities, and traditional festivals.

The activity is part of a project jointly implemented by Oxfam, an international organisation working to end injustice and poverty, and the Institute for Studies of Society, Economics and Environment (iSEE) since last October.

The selected children were trained in photographing and image-based story telling by experts in the Photovoice method.

The exhibition will run until August 4.-VNA