The Other Hundred

The Other Hundred is a unique photo-book project that moves move beyond the stereotypes and clichés that fill so much of the world’s media today. It explores the lives of those whose aspirations and achievements are at least as noteworthy as any member of the world’s richest 1,000.

Selected from 11,000 images shot in 158 countries and submitted by nearly 1,500 photographers, The Other Hundred celebrates those who will never find themselves on the world’s celebrity websites. The Other Hundred was conceived by Chandran Nair, founder and CEO of the Global Institute For Tommorow. The book can be ordered from Amazon.com.

Moldova: Children of Migrants Abroad
Text and photographs by Andrea Diefenbach
Legacies of the Vietnam War
Text and photographs by Tessa Bunney
Hydro Power Over Homes in Peru
Text and photographs by Tomás Munita
The Sand Lords of Dubai
Text and photographs by Imran Ahmed
At Home in Cuba’s Campoamor Theatre
Text and photographs by Thomas Heckner
Nigeria: Lights, Camera, Action!
Text and photographs by Marco Garofalo
Urbanization in Serbia
Text and photographs by Goran Stamenkovic
Untouched Cambodia
Text and photographs by Miti Ruangkritya
Biofuels in Malaysia: Not So Sustainable?
Text and photographs by James Whitlow Delano
Myanmar: Captain at the Helm
Text and photographs by Richard Koh
Indigenous Mexicans’ Homes Under Threat
Text and photographs by Marcus Simaitis
Malian Blacksmith Associations
Text and photographs by Valerie Leonard
Afghan Women Train to Save Lives
Text and photographs by Jenny Matthews
Football in Kolkata
Text and photographs by Saswata Kar
Fishermen in Coastal Sri Lanka
Text and photographs by Florian Müller
Secret Love in Bangladesh
Text and photographs by Tobias Selnaes Markussen
The Human Side of North Korea
Text and photographs by Eric Lafforgue
Women’s Rights in Ghana: Protecting Widows
Text and photographs by Reza Deghati
A Story of Poverty in New York City
Text and photographs by Ruddy Roye
The Homeless in Tokyo: An Understated Issue
Text and photographs by Samuel Zuder
Minorities in Vietnam: The Muslim Champa People
Text and photographs by Ly Hoang Long
Blind Women Make Music in Egypt
Text and photographs by Fernando Moleres
Aborigines in Australia: Living Off of the Land
Text and photographs by David Maurice Smith
Enterprise in Kenya: Small Business is a Big Dream
Text and photographs by Sergey Maximishin
Capturing Traditional Life in Russia
Text and photographs by Nadia Sablin
Old Industry in Indonesia: Pictures of a Sugar Cane Community
Text and photographs by Tomasz Tomaszewski
Charity in Brazil: Helping Children on the Street
Text and photographs by Vivian Moos
Labor in India: A Rickshaw Driver’s Story
Text and photographs by Olaf Schuelke
Kazakhstan: The People Behind the Plans
Text and photographs by Julia Strokina
Parachuting Over Ukraine, at Age 90
Text and photographs by Konstantin Bunovsky
Gaza: Scenes of Human Tenacity
Text and photographs by Loulou D’Aki
Shanghai: Urban Family Life
Text and photographs by Jia DaitengFei
Eastern Uganda: Back to School
Text and photographs by Kieran Dodds
Belarus: Women of World War II
Text and photographs by Agnieszka Rayss
Shenzhen: The 80s Generation Comes of Age
Text and photographs by Chen Jianhua
Liberia: The True Cost of Education
Text and photographs by Andrew Esiebo
Syria: When the Front Line is Everywhere
Text and photographs by Franco Pagetti
Scenes of Afghanistan in Transition
Text and photographs by Martin Middlebrook
Pakistan Looking Into an Uncertain Future
Text and photographs by Sam Phelps

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