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The following photos were taken from May 2011 to August 2011 by Natalie Carter, Kiera Hoekstra and L.J. Weber.

The photos are from around the communities of Bwaliro and Bukati.

The photos are not showing the work done by the Children of Bukati project,
but instead show the communities where these schools are located.

Because we have so many photos, we have created 2 webpages for them.
This is Page 1 of 2.     For page 2, please click here.
Above:  Some of the geography in the area is beautiful.
Above:  Typical homes. 
A mother doing her duty.
Two youngsters playing together.
Above:  A farmer with his field of corn.
Potato harvest.
Cattle offal (intestines) for lunch (a rare treat)
Above:  A traditional (extremely common) kitchen
The family unit
Plate of beans.
Above: Sorghum being spread out to dry
Boy eating sugar cane
Carrying in a heavy bag of corn
Sorghum in the field ready to be collected
Above and Below: Harvesting sorghum.
Sorghum is a very drought-tolerant cereal crop grown for food and for animal feed. 
It is one of the top cereal crops in the world, along with wheat, oats, corn, rice, and barley.
Above:  Farmer with Sorghum in the background. 
Above: Collecting firewood to cook over.


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Updated February 8, 2013