Lunchtime at Makindu Children’s Center

Makindu Childrens Center, Makindu, Kenya, Africa, January 2009

Makindu Childrens Center, Makindu, Kenya, Africa, January 2009

Makindu Childrens Center, Makindu, Kenya, Africa, January 2009

Makindu Childrens Center, Makindu, Kenya, Africa, January 2009

Makindu Childrens Center, Makindu, Kenya, Africa, January 2009

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5 thoughts on “Lunchtime at Makindu Children’s Center

    1. Adam Bacher Post author

      Tires and wheel rims from bicycles are common things for kids in developing areas of the world to play with. Something I see a lot of is keeping a thin tire or rim rolling and upright by guiding it with a stick. I’ve tried it a few times and it’s pretty fun, and very challenging going up or down hills.

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  1. Kim Brater

    Hi Adam. These photographs are truly amazing. You have captured these people in their daily lives, so much so that I feel as if I’m there in Africa, experiencing what you are. I can’t wait to see more.
    Safe travels!
    Kim

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  2. Sara

    That push a tire game is way harder than I thought it would be! I don’t think I ever had a smile on my face when I did it, I was always struggling so much to keep it upright! Yet these children seem to be having the time of their life :)

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