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publik in liberia freude

Review by Hannelore Herlan: Have you ever been to Liberia? Rendel Freude takes you with her. For two weeks she traveled across the little country on the West Coast of Africa, wedged between the Ivory Coast and Sierra Leone, bordering in the North on Guinea.

Liberia counts roughly three and a half million inhabitants, of whom approximately a million live in the capital Monrovia. On average, a Liberian woman bears six or seven children, but due to high infant mortality and low life-expectancy - which is 58 years - the annual population growth rate is under three percent. The population suffers from huge deprivations; Liberia is currently the second poorest country in the world. The book discusses for the most part women and their hardships.

Print on demand at blurb, 2011, 92 pages
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publik kenia rendel freudeTravel report by Kristin Kunze: „Welcome, Kristin!“ Patrick is waiting with a cardboard sign at the airport in Nairobi. We are relieved and happy, after having searched nervously in the big hall for one piece of luggage. Patrick would drive us a couple more times during our visit, and in case he was unable to, he’d provide a replacement. He’d do everything with a tranquil reliability.

Late in the evening, we were also welcomed at the convent in KASARANI. Over the course of the next days, we shook countless hands, smiled, marveled and were happy about the new hospital building that was now fully operational and colorful. We, that’s my friend Rendel Freude from Cologne who’s a photographer and graphic designer, and me. It was Rendel’s first visit to Kenya and to Africa in general. Through her new experience and her camera she opened new viewpoints on land and people for me. It was my fourth time here ...

 

The film-maker Katja Duregger accompanied me for a day in my atelier. Enjoy watching!