Tag Archives: children

2012

[singlepic id=51 w= h= float=center] Everybody seems to be doing it: the reflection on the past year. So, here is mine:¬†2012 has been an incredible year. I know, everybody seems to say so. Somehow we are better at remembering the … Continue reading

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Guards

[singlepic id=128 w= h= float=center] Boys guarding a sorghum field close to Bisidimo, Harar province, in Ethiopia. The slingshot is used to drive away birds, either by pelting them with stones or by using it as a whip to make … Continue reading

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friends

[singlepic id=56 w= h= float=center] On Tuesday I was covering the work of Goods for Good and just after we finished, the boy on the right came up and wanted to have his picture taken. I was about to take … Continue reading

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Little anglers

[singlepic id=54 w= h= float=center] Another shot from Lake Malawi. I am really impressed and rather¬†saddened by the amount of work some children are doing here, especially girls. For example, we often see little girls carrying bowls or buckets filled … Continue reading

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fascinating exposures

[singlepic id=45 w= h= float=center] Malawi is called the warm heart of Africa. And indeed, the customary ‘How are you today?’, ‘Very well, thank you! How about yourself?’, ‘Very well, thank you!’ is telling. On Wednesday, we went on a … Continue reading

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