Kibera Film School is always hosting visitors from all over the Globe. They come bearing gifts of knowledge, equipment, donations and love or they just pass by to say hello. In September, some representatives of a South Korean Non-Governmental Organization called “Good Hands" paid Kibera Film School a courtesy call and they came bearing gifts!
These were environmental friendly bags that some of the trainees were handed out as they carried out their daily activities with our visitors in Kibera.
|At the reception|
They were in town for some research as they were interested in investing in various projects involving Kenyan slums in the near future.
Despite the language barrier, their Team leader acted as our translator as he was fluent in Swahili and English. The current trainees took time to learn about the Korean culture and way of life as the Koreans learnt about “chapatis “and the Kenyan culture.
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