by Emma Green, University of Southampton Master Student
Today we visited the first village that we will be working in. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect of the village. I imagined the village to be quite small and compact but in reality this particular village stretched up to the top of the mountain and the houses seemed quite spread out. When we arrived we were greeted with lots of friendly curious faces.
Our group was given a tour around the village with many children in tow before they discovered our cameras … at this point we were no longer the main attraction and the children lined up for photos before running over to see what they looked like. Harriet, Sophie and I then let the children loose with our cameras; the end result was as follows – a Malawian village from a child’s perspective:
Then there were the not so successful attempts: