Mosquito Nets and Kenyan Seedlings

Kanyawegi, Kenya/ June 28, 2012

Past Obambo market, up the hill, and through maize fields, Maurice led us through people’s backyards as he waved and greeted everyone. There wasn’t a single person that he didn’t know the name to. It was my second time in the village yet I hadn’t visited anyone’s homes. Each family welcomed us with fried fish; we ate it all (even the head). We were meeting with Barak . He was hired to grow seedlings for the Sac Garden project. 




Barak, Farmer

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