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Sun and shade
Cecilia

View from the back of the house
Irenio

Children raising children
Farida

Capoeiristas
Inocencia

The Mozambican handshake
Farida

Hanging out at the dump
Jeremias

Girl with a baby
Irenio

Three boys
Inocencia

Decorating the house
Braselino

Braselino
Nilza

Paper memories
Joaquim

Men of the family
Inocencia

Market
Inocencia

Family
Irenio

The most enjoyed hobby by boys in Mozambique
Inocencia

The kiss
Irenio

Jump
Aires

The little experiment
Irenio

Trash walk
Irenio

Cemetery
Saquina

My brothers
Saquina

35
Inocencia

Break time from the roda
Inocencia

Circle in the sun
Aires

Two boys
Irenio

Choice seats
Mónica

Two brothers
Braselino

Family
Latifa

Girl
Farida

The house that Reencontro built
Irenio

At the open market
Antonio Arlindo

Converse
Namani

Young girl
Antonio Arlindo

Hang ten
Marta

A relative visits
Braselino

Blade and Michael Jackson
Irenio

From trash to treasure
Jeremias

Smiles up close
Camila

Leap
Aires

Cecilia at home
Inocencia

Car
Farida

Work
Antonio Arlindo

Life at home
Braselino

Minding the store
Andre

Under a watchful gaze
Nilza

The front door
Braselino

Mother and child
Irenio

His own room
Braselino

Identification
Irenio

Rolling
Cecilia

Damiao and his family
Antonio Augustin

Experienced hands
Irenio

Book of singing
Braselino

 

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When my parents died some neighbors and family abandoned us, although some are still supportive, but it is different than before. Now, my family will say hello in the street, but they will not come into our home. I asked my Uncle, why doesn’t anyone visit us? Why won’t people visit?
Inocencia
Maputo project participant


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