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Florence Goupil

Cusco, Peru
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About Florence
Florence Goupil is a photojournalist based in Cusco, Peru.
Languages
English Spanish French
Services
Interview (Print / Radio / Podcast) Fact Checking
Skills
Fact Checking
Portfolio

2023 Year in Photos

09 Jun 2024  |  report.pulitzercenter.org
The Pulitzer Center has supported over 200 reporting projects in 97 countries this year, focusing on underreported stories and engaging with communities most affected by these issues. Their investigations have revealed forced labor in China's fishing industry, undercounted deaths in Pennsylvania jails, and civilian casualties from U.S. drone strikes in Somalia. The Center emphasizes the importance of diverse and collaborative journalism to hold those in power accountable and drive policy changes. They call for continued support to maintain their editorial independence and advance their mission.

Women behind the lens: ‘Corn seeds are laid like newborns on the same Quechua cloth’

01 Nov 2023  |  the Guardian
A photographer documents the cultural practices surrounding native corn and its rituals among the Quechua, Nahua, Otomi, and Mixe Indigenous peoples in Peru and Mexico. The project aims to preserve the knowledge of agro-ecology and the conservation of over 50 varieties of corn that have been maintained for more than 7,000 years. The next phase includes recording Indigenous Quechua Harawi songs during the planting and harvesting of native corn.

The People Who Talk to Plants

22 Mar 2021  |  El País México
The Shipibo-Konibo communities in the Ucayali region of the Peruvian Amazon have a rich tradition of using medicinal plants, knowledge passed down orally through generations. The COVID-19 pandemic has severely impacted these communities, leading to the formation of Comando Matico, a group dedicated to using traditional plant-based remedies to treat symptoms of the virus. Despite challenges, including a collapsed public health system and the influence of various religious institutions, Comando Matico has provided significant relief. The group has also highlighted the importance of preserving indigenous knowledge and practices, advocating for better healthcare access and recognition of their traditional medicine. The pandemic has underscored the need for a deeper dialogue between indigenous spirituality and Western science.

Herbal cures and no sanitation: the Lima residents battling Covid alone – in pictures

12 Jun 2020  |  the Guardian
Over 70% of the indigenous Peruvian community of Cantagallo Island have tested positive for coronavirus. The community is surviving the lockdown with limited resources, relying on herbal cures and facing a lack of sanitation. Florence Goupil, supported by a grant from the Covid-19 National Geographic emergency fund for journalists, documents their struggle through photographs.
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