Mama Anne manages a routine morning outside her liquor store in one of Mugumoini's back streets. Male customers still going from the night before hang around red eyed and incoherent. Many times she has had to fight off roudy drunk customers. It is from places like these that men leave carrying their life's frustrations and look for someone to vent it on either through violence and/or rape.
This image is from a series focusing on and around the rape and the women victims that occur every half a day in Mugumoini Village in Nairobi's Southlands, a slum home to 20,000 people in abject poverty with little or no income, with the aim of creating exposure and empowerment for change. ©GGoodwin (image by Georgina Goodwin)
Mama Anne manages a routine morning outside her liquor store in one of Mugumoini's back streets. Male customers still going from the night before hang around red eyed and incoherent. Many times she has had to fight off roudy drunk customers. It is from places like these that men leave carrying their life's frustrations and look for someone to vent it on either through violence and/or rape. This image is from a series focusing on and around the rape and the women victims that occur every half a day in Mugumoini Village in Nairobi's Southlands, a slum home to 20,000 people in abject poverty with little or no income, with the aim of creating exposure and empowerment for change. ©GGoodwin
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