Mr Chijere, 107 years old, was beyond delighted when I gifted a blue cup to him, to say thanks for letting me interview him. Modelling in a rural village? Why not! Nothing better to clean off crusty nsima, than scraping the pan with the earth itself. Women do all the house work, raise children and work in the fields... Sometimes even they need a rest. The Kalambwe Disability Group teaches people with a disability skills such as sewing, welding, carpentry, beading, etc. Angella might be thinking about eating one of the bananas she carried on her head from the market. The proud head of the family still has a gentle smile. Young Blessings was very eager for me to take a picture with his little sister, the first ever of her. Young children are expected to care for their siblings from an early age. Michael Mountain, farmer and musician (Nkhata Bay, Malawi) A smile, a thought, was lingering on female chief Yadinga after I spoke to her... Atupele wants to be a scientist. Maybe she was imagining herself in a lab, dressed in a white coat. From respectable family head, to tongue-in-cheek comedian. In the village, life is lived in community at all times. The kitchen is the most likely place where you'll find a woman. Yet she'll have a smile on her face more often than not... Young children dissatisfied with their play area, taken over by building work (Stone Town, Zanzibar) Eyes that hold the whole world within themselves. The Kalambwe Disability Group teaches people with a disability skills such as sewing, welding, carpentry, beading, etc. The simple beauty of children is heart warming.