A Gold Mining Paradox: Faces of Rural Poverty


Today we woke up early again and waited around for the day to get going. All of the students and the lecturers travelled to Migori for a meeting with the Governor (which ended up being with the deputy Govener) about the prospect of sending students from Rongo University to the University of Brighton for a few weeks. That was interesting and I enjoyed seeing a lot of Migori.

When we got back, it was lunchtime and I managed to eat too much food again. Our photography group only had a few issues with the video to sort out and the final changes to perfect. We talked through what need to be done and sorted it out before adding it to YouTube and Facebook. Under the name of ‘A Gold Mining Paradox: Faces of Rural Poverty’


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