This presentation/training touches on both the kinds of photos needed and how to take photos in a culturally-sensitive manner.
This presentation is focused on a specific program and a specific country (Afghanistan), but maybe by changing the photos and a bit of text, it could work for you?
If you adapt this presentation for your own use, be sure that, when importing your own photos, that you make the photos have less dpi. You do this (in MS Powerpoint; not sure about OpenOffice or NeoOffice, but I'm sure it's similar) by:
Download here. It's 639 KB.
The result of this kind of training with staff? See the initiative's Flickr site; most of these photos were taken by various staff members, including Afghans, NOT by me .
Also see Building Staff Capacities to Communicate and to Present, which describes various activities undertaken to improve the communication capacities of Afghan government staff, and links to various slide presentations and materials used for this endeavor.
for staying in contact with remote staff in developing countries /
Many factors stand in the way of trying to stay in contact with field staff at projects in rural or conflicted areas in developing countries. I review all of the various challenges faced by people in a main office in getting data from field staff working in humanitarian / development / aid initiatives, and how to address those challenges.
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