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Affordable education for the African child

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  • Faces……..Faces always have a story tell. They could tell stories of the future, past or present . These faces have a story to tell. They voice out the experiences of the now and of the yet to come.
  • Lack of an education means that all the faces get erased, and a picture without faces means an erased past shaky present and a non existent future.
  • What stories could you derive from this faces? I know one thing we could tag to this faces….without an education there will be no faces on this pictures. Lets give this children faces lets give them a reason to cherish their yesterday, enable them to live their today and ensure that they anticipate for a better tomorrow.
  • Lack of an education means that all the faces get erased, and a picture without faces means an erased past shaky present and a non existent future.
  • Faces……..Faces always have a story tell. They could tell stories of the future, past or present . These faces have a story to tell. They voice out the experiences of the now and of the yet to come.
  • Mummy can’t afford to take him to school so what does that mean for him?
  • So where do the rest of the children end up you ask……..good question.
  • Lack of an education means that all the faces get erased, and a picture without faces means an erased past shaky present and a non existent future.
  • Faces……..Faces always have a story tell. They could tell stories of the future, past or present . These faces have a story to tell. They voice out the experiences of the now and of the yet to come.
  • Faces

    1. 1. FACES BY JARVIS THEODORE LUNALO
    2. 12. Homeless! Naked! Die! Child soldiers! Married! Criminals! Gangs! Drug peddlers! Hungry!
    3. 18. Photographed and edited by Lunalo Jarvis Theodore

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