This week, students across Kenya return to school after a month-long break. Cedrick Joseph (Twin candids), a graduate of our photography class and resident of Kibera, has spent the last few weeks traveling around the slum and documenting how children spend their holiday. His photos and accompanying captions are a beautiful representation of childhood in Kibera.
Ludo is a popular game that children love playing because it challenges the mind.
In the afternoon, children go to play football, which is one of Kibera’s most popular sports.
It is said charity begins at home. Boys tend to help out by fetching water for their homes before going to play.
Helicopter: children usually play the game when there are winds as they cut leaves to form helicopter wings then using a stick fly them around. As they say, dreams are limitless, even for our young pilots.