Pee stops every hour were compulsory.
Sweet, hot corn mush creates a big smile on every African child.
We are going home!
Getting a wheelchair is life-changing. Especially in sub-Saharan Africa where a wheelchair is inaccessible to majority of families.
Playing memory game for the first time in life has created an addiction. The kids wouldn't want to stop for hours.
Bus was hopelessly crowded. But the atmosphere was unforgettable. The kids were singing all the time.
Thousands of Turkana children loose their sight because of combination of sun, dust and bacteria that they very often cannot get rid of due to infected water.
Ugali (hard corn mush) tastes good at any time of day.
Morning cleaning is everyday ritual.
When legs don't work, hands become very handy.
Children from Lokichar.
Children as young as 3 years spend months in the centre until their condition improves under the supervision of doctors, social workers and physiotherapists.
Lokichar town - John Paul II. centre for disabled children.
Art can express even the most elusive terms.
being able to move is an enormous change in lives of children.
Corn is the the basic ingredient of any meal.
Kitchens have atmosphere that had dissapeared from our European homes long time ago.