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Our project in Nakuru and much more about Kenya as seen through Isaiah's eyes.

Our project in Nakuru and much more about Kenya as seen through Isaiah's eyes.

If you live in Tarragona or you are planning to visit the city soon, don't miss the photographic exhibition 'Africa; the talk of the drum' by our traveller and contributor to Tumaini Isaiah. In it he shares some of the best images from his trip to Kenya last year.

You will be able to learn about, for example, the Nakuru centre with which we collaborate and bring you a little closer to the wonders of this African country.

Isaías travelled to Kenya in June 2015 with his partner Marina to work at the Nakuru centre where Pokot children and young people live.. They lived with them for a little over three weeks to help them with their studies. There they also carried out the project "Eye for beauty: a photography workshop where the protagonists are the children themselves.

Now, the centre's photos, the reality of Kenya, its people, its customs, its landscapes and its animals have become the exhibition 'Africa: the talk of the drum'.

"This exhibition is a tribute to all of them and to their land: from the welcome of the volunteers with dances and joy, to the fear of the little ones in Nakuru who had never seen a white man, to the beauty of the fauna and landscape of the African lands. Lands where the drum of life is present in every corner, in every gesture... And it grows stronger with every glance", Isaías explains.

We encourage you to visit this exhibition because each one of them these photos will thrill you and transport you to that special trip.

We remind you that it is at the Port of Tarragona: Tinglado 4. It can be seen from Tuesday to Saturday from 10h to 13h and from 16h to 19h; and on Sundays and holidays from 11h to 14h. You can visit the exhibition until the 8th of January and the entrance is free. Don't miss it!
Post by Almu, Tumaini communication.


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