by Irina Bernebring Journiette
It’s an election year in Kenya. Ryan looks out the window as someone outside is holding a political rally. Everyone remembers what happened during the last election. No one knows what’s going to happen this time.
Patty and Mya pose for a pitcure.
Mya loves posing for pictures but as I soon discover also taking pictures.
She also loves dancing.
Reyna listens as her aunt Lydia plays a song.
Sophie and I head down to the marked to grind some maize to make the traditional dish of ugali.
It’s saturday and the market, sokoni, is quite crowded.
Here in the clothes part of the market Sophie tells me that most clothes we donate or get rid off in “the west” ends up.
All the kids take me up to the roof top of their building to watch the sun set over Kibera.
A view from the roof top.
Best friends who loves to pose for pictures.
Playing at the roof top in an old water tank.