Fati Abubakar is a documentary photographer, photojournalist, and public health worker from Nigeria. She specializes in documenting cities and towns, highlighting both the positives and negatives of each location. She focuses on health perspectives, using photography as a medium to highlight problems at the community level. She also has an interest in documenting cultures, conflict, urban poverty, rural development and humanitarian issues. She has a special interest in creating counter-narratives for underrepresented communities. She has been commissioned to work with UNICEF, International Alert, Action Aid and other organizations. She was recently profiled in The New York Times.