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in focus: Maputo Day 2

Tuesday, August 7, 2007 - Kids get their first taste of photodocumentary work by taking pictures in the neighborhood.

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Resting
Cecilia

Woman
Jeremias

Jump
Aires

Rolling
Cecilia

Work
Antonio Arlindo

Drinking water
Cecilia

Venice Arts mentors visit the neighborhood
Damiao

Girl
Farida

Young videomaker
Tomas Cumbana

Leap
Aires

Laundry
Inocencia

Writing on the wall
Antonio Augustin

Young girl
Antonio Arlindo

Mother and child
Irenio

Shoemaking
Irenio

Woman
Jeremias

Three boys
Inocencia

Woman
Inocencia

Girl
Cecilia

Blue tub
Inocencia

Gleam
Farida

Children
Amelia

Boys
Irenio

Red
Antonio Arlindo

Clothes shop
Damiao

Home store
Aires

New Dog
Antonio Arlindo

The little experiment
Irenio

Sun and shade
Cecilia

Inside
Antonio Arlindo

Three kids
Inocencia

Experienced hands
Irenio

Young band
Antonio Augustin

Market
Inocencia

Water run
Inocencia

Young film director
Eugene Ahn

Boy
Farida

Three girls
Inocencia

Children
Farida

Sidewalk stroll
Jeremias

Children at a market
Cecilia

Two boys
Irenio

Identification
Irenio

Car
Farida

Minding the store
Andre

At the market
Irenio

Sewing machines
Antonio Arlindo

Bright day
Antonio Augustin

Sewing
Tomas Cumbana

 

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What I can say to my family, and my community, is that the most important thing is love, not money. Sometimes they say that they donít visit us because they have nothing to give us. We need love, not things. Even with money you can still feel alone inside.
Inocencia
Maputo project participant


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