The house we were going to visit was on the left in the distance, near where the trees are. It was very close to the SWOPA visitor’s center.
The guide told me I had permission to photograph the home and the people who lived here.
My first glimpse of the Sirigu painted house brought both awe and horror. The numbers on the wall were painted on by a medical NGO as part of a research project. They identify the home and the family that lived there.
I wondered why they had chosen to paint right on top of the design and ruin it instead of on the wall where there was none. But this is West Africa, where illogical things are done on a regular basis.