By Arnold Neliba
According to Bruno Cerimele a 34-year-old Spanish photographer, the 7 months he spent as a volunteer at Familia ya Ufariji Children’s Home, a home of consolation as a very powerful experience. Bruno grew up in Spain with a perceived image of suffering Africans in a continent where people were always at war, fleeing from one country to the other to seek asylum. He saw many pictures of “the suffering continent” as reported by the media and this grew in him a desire to travel to Africa and see it all for himself.
“I saw very few pictures of happy faces amidst people running away from their land. I kept wondering why the media constantly kept showing the world that side of Africa. Questions always streamed my mind whenever I saw them; aren’t there are happy people in Africa?” he recalled in an interview with The Seed.
Bruno shared his dream… <<readmore>>