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Selected photos from the blog. Click on a photo to see it full size.
Bicycle seller and repairman, Mamobi, Accra, Ghana.
Before and after photos of the Achimota Melcom shopping center (located in Accra).
Street-level actvity at Makola Market in Old Accra.
In the neighborhood of Anifowoshe in Ikeja, Lagos Mainland, a mairuwa water vendor uses a community standpipe to fill his jerrycans for water, which he will later sell to customers.
“Water is Life,” the motto for the Lagos Water Corporation, the water utility for megacity.
In Nima’s Kawukudi Park, the locally grown Nima Muhinmanchi Art brings art to the community through a community mural painting. July 2012.
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