Rwandan roads are among the best in Africa, one of the few positive legacies of the Belgian colonial regime. The roads extend like the spokes of a wheel from the hub of Kigali in the center of the country to the towns around the perimeter.
The Songor Lagoon is near the coast, on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic Ocean. It’s in an area of wetlands at the foot of a system of tributaries that lead to and from the artificially created Lake Volta. Salt is a major resource here.
In January 2006, Sean Rorison travelled to Mogadishu, the war-torn, hellhole capital of Somalia, to see how the region is faring and what the future holds in store.
Phil Clark describes post-genocide Rwanda, in the lead up to the resurrected gacaca courts system in this, the first of two parts.
Paul was just six-years old when the rebels came for him in February 2002.
In May of 2005 the author embarked to Ghana on a project to document, with video and photography, the work of The Village Bike Project…