In the summer of 2008, four months after having the wish to meet the African women and become friends with them, I went to Africa together with the PR-team of JOICFP. It was a 14 days lasting research-tour into a Masai region in Zambia, which the ‘Yagisan’-project is arranged for.
But while listening to the podcast with the interviews with the HIV-positive mothers, which has been recorded before, thoughts like “is it really true, that these women are pitiable and we are blessed?” came up.
Therefore in these 14 days I wanted to find out my personal feelings about words like “donation”, “contribute” “developing” or “industrialized”. The encounters that happened, the emotions that I felt and the answers that I found there, all leaded to the article ‘Mother Dictionary’ with a lot of interviews on ‘Club King’. By clicking on the pages, they will enlarge and can be seen better.