PHOTO LIBRARY

Below is a selection of high resolution photos for people who are wanting to write articles or report on the Friendship Bench.

 

DISCLAIMER 

All photos have the Friendship Bench ® logo and credit the photographer, these items must remain visible on the photo and should not be subject to cropping. Friendship Bench reserves the right to ask for their removal should the requirements outlined not be met. 

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Grandmother with client filling out the Shona Symptoms Questionnaire - SSQ14

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Grandmother sitting in quiet contemplation between client sessions.

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Grandmother filling our the Shona Symptoms Questionnaire. 

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Grandmother conduction a problem solving therapy session with a young female client on the Friendship Bench  at a primary care clinic in Harare, Zimbabwe.

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Grandmother and client on the Friendship Bench at a primary care clinic in Harare, Zimbabwe.

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Grandmother conducting a problem solving therapy session with a young female client on the Friendship Bench  at a primary care clinic in Harare, Zimbabwe.

Dixon Chibanda (Friendship Bench Founder) sitting with a group of Grandmothers discussing how their work is going and what they are seeing in the community.

Ambuya Utano sitting at Mbare Clinic, one of the original Grandmothers and the first clinic to get Friendship Bench when piloted over 10 years ago.

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Grandmothers in deep thought at Mbare Clinic, Harare, ZImbabwe

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Grandmother sitting waiting for client to arrive before going to sit on the Friendship Bench 

Mbare Clinic Grandmothers, not all superheros wear capes.

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Aumbuya Utano at Mbare Clinic sitting with fellow Grandmothers and leaving to go home after a long day of seeing clients on the Friendship Bench