â€œInSIGHT Outâ€ is a UNICEF-supported photo project in Thailand that is providing an opportunity for children in the tsunami-hit province of Phang Nga to express themselves.
The project has given 77 children between the ages of 10 and 15 digital cameras and photography training. It is being carried out by a team of Bangkok-based journalists and photographers who initially covered the tsunami disaster in 2004.
The organizers said most of these youths are from either the minority sea gypsy Moken or migrant communities, so they donâ€™t have local residency and canâ€™t go to school. InSIGHT Out! brings together different cultures, allowing children to interact with youths from other religious and ethnic groups, often for the first time.