SEE ME PROJECT - Pediatric HIV/AIDS Awareness Photography Contest
SEE ME PROJECT - Pediatric HIV/AIDS Awareness Photography Contest

How does the See Me Project work?


The Levity Foundation in conjunction with Noah Orphans distributed one-time use cameras supplied by Eastman Kodak to 300 children living in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

A team of South African teens from the loveLife campaign joined with the Levity Foundation in giving instructions to the children on the use of the cameras and orientated them to a curriculum created by our documentary photographer and educator Laena Wilder.

In a mentorship-type fashion, the children were accompanied by the loveLife teens, the Levity Foundation team and our on-site social worker Zahra Alabanza, throughout the day as they took their personal photographs. The cameras were retrieved 48 hours later and processed in conjunction with Kodak Express Ushaka in Durban, South Africa.