IN AFRICA

“The continent is too large to describe.
It is a veritable ocean, a separate planet, a varied, immensely rich cosmos.
Only with the greatest simplification, for the sake of convenience, can we say ‘Africa’.
In reality, except as a geographical appellation, Africa does not exist.”

(Ryszard Kapuscinski)

 

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KEVIN – Will my people find peace?

A young Ugandan journalist and her inquiry on the war between the Ugandan Army and the militias of the Lord’s Resistance Army >>

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EYES WIDE OPEN

The story of Catherine Phiri, a Malawian nurse who discovered to be HIV positive in 1990 >>

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PORTRAIT OF ALTINE’ IN THE DRY SEASON

The life of Altiné, woman of the Sahel, is made of everyday gestures and of the ancient art of survival in an arid and hostile environment >>

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A WAY TO MOVE ON

The Senegalese tontines, female associations of collective savings and reciprocal help >>

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THE MOTHER, THE CARTOONIST AND THE KING

A responsible tourism journey in Benin, to discover faraway cultures and solidarity projects >>

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THE OASIS OF MEMORY Fragments of Saharawi culture

How does the memory of a people continue through decades of uprootedness? >>