We ventured into one of the largest slums in Nairobi, Kenya. I was walking with Wangu Kanja, founder of Wangu Kanja Foundation. She was taking me to a local school where she raises awareness about sexual violence and rap and invites children to speak to her, giving her a chance to provide physical and psychological help. It’s an awesome project and I encourage you to check her website for more information. But something else intrigued me.
We’ve been intentionally quiet about our newest film from Uganda because we don’t want to spoil the ending, but get ready because it’s coming soon!
A Year Ago: Hoisting the Sail
Currently, I sit in a courtyard of a hotel in Kampala, Uganda. I watch the bright white clouds shift along the bright sky blue backdrop. And the bright sun shines through the green leaves of the trees.
Check out some photos of the behind the scenes action from our time in Tanzania! We had such a blast getting to know Mama Namelach and Papa Bariki and are so thankful they opened up and shared their lives with us.
Take a look at some of the behind the scenes action from this last month in February. See behind the scenes of us getting to know the Maasai culture, filming for the film “For My Daughter” (coming soon!) and also taking a climb up Mt. Meru!
Get ready for the new Join the Lights film “For My Daughter” from Faces4Hope in Tanzania!