instagramPhotojournalist Balazs Gardi (@balazsgardi) has spent the past decade documenting the effects of the global water crisis. Now in Kenya, Balazs's work has taken him to more than 20 countries across Africa and the Middle East.
It was Balazs's grandmother that sparked his interest in photography. "She had it in her head that photography was a good path for a young man with no patience for authority or office work," he says. "She was right, and I discovered that photography was a way to learn about people, their situations and problems, and about the world." As he learns and shares, Balazs says Instagram "allows me to put the image in context and deliver it directly to my audience. By passing on my experiences, I'd like to spark meaningful public dialog. As time goes on I hope my audience takes action that either directly helps people in great need or changes their own behavior for the better." To see more photos and videos from Balazs's work in Kenya and elsewhere, follow @balazsgardi. Photo by @balazsgardi
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