Bottle cap checkers in afternoon light on the Kajagari.
A portrait of Jean in the house she and her four children live in by the kindness of a friend, but do not own.
Ange reclines on the mattress inside the house where her family lives.
Jean’s son Elia holds a photo of twins Phina and Phiona on the day they were born, the same day Jean’s husband left the family of five, leaving not even the money to pay Jean’s hospital bill.
Cleaning out the storeroom on the farm, with Syldion Nganizi.
A child being measured at a Community Growth Campaign in Karwasa, Ruhengeri in Northern Rwanda.
Farming in Ruhengeri.
Rwanda is a heavily Christian, with 56.9% Roman Catholic, 26% Protestant, and 11.1% Seventh-day Adventist. 4.6 % of the population identifies as Muslim.
Nymvora Elisabeth in her home. Elisabeth's daughter, Dusabimana Denyse, was chronically malnourished 2 years ago. In Rwanda, 37% of children under 5 are considered chronically malnourished and are at risk for severe stunting. Denyse has since recovered and is on a positive health trajectory for her age. For Gardens for Health International.
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