ANY OF US COULD END UP IN A SITUATION WHERE WE DEPEND ON SOMEONE ELSE TO CARE FOR US.
Paying special attention to the role of care-givers and understanding the difficulties these devoted people are facing every day the Heroes Exhibition helps us to appreciate everything they do.
These people are true heroes and no one has drawn attention to their persistence until today.
Nathan Browning, a leading global photographer has created the Who Cares? exhibition to make people question who would care for their child or who would support their family if they were unable to do so?
‘Who Cares’ is an issue that is important to everyone, young or old, rich or poor, with family or without.
United Aid For Azerbaijan (UAFA) believe that the role of the State is to ensure that all care is regulated, of a high standard and meets human rights. UAFA works closely with the Ministry of Labour & Social Protection to raise standards of care.
UAFA appealed to the Museum of Modern Arts for a place to hold the Who Cares? exhibition and they gladly agreed to host the exhibition at the museum by joining the initiative. They also took upon themselves to cover the printing costs and therefore, they became one of the sponsors of the event.
Rapid Solutions was keen to become the other sponsor of the event and as part of their sponsorship agreed to meet the travel costs of Nathan and his team: Jacky Storer – a journalist, author and BBC reporter and David Montgomery – an internationally acclaimed royal and celebrity photographer.
The same exhibition is being held at one of the museums in London in August-September 2014. Rapid Solutions will also meet the travel costs for Nathan and his team for this event.
Rapid Solutions is delighted to be involved in such a worthwhile exhibition to raise the profile across Azerbaijan of the country’s unsung heroes. It really is a vitally important subject. The fact that all people involved are doing so voluntarily really brings this to light.