Travel Photography Photos tagged as cbcc
Right outside of KASO
They really tried to be in the picture ;)
and they really had rythm...... :)
For some weird reason, kids from all over Malawi did martial art poses ;)
This was the block area, the construction site;)
I told this girl "My name is Maggie" and she mocked me and said exactly the same thing, with the same movements;)
KASO was a place were orphans and other vulnerable kids could get one meal and also learn some important (basic) knowledge. The rooms were divided into certain areas: maths, arts, nature, etc. This little girl is making a painting.
Writings on the wall... remember your ABC....
It's always fun for kids (and older people as well;) to see their picture :)
KASO is the CBCC that is half-way supported by UNICEF. The thought behind the whole concept is that the community is supposed to support the child care center and work as volunteers to make it sustainable. A good thought in theory, but can be a little worse to make reality.
More photos by kids/teens outside of Lilongwe
Kids, up to the age of 18, were given a camera to portray their daily life and their aspirations for the future. These stories/pictures were in a CBCC (community based child care center) that was "shown" to us by UNICEF in Lilongwe.
This was taken during meal time at KASO.
This one one of the girls at KASO
clapping games (that sounds better in Norwegian)
The HIV/AIDS education starts at an early stage at the CBCC.