Tanzania_Hyeon Jeong 2021Africa
Bukoba, situated in the northwest of Tanzania, is enveloped by primitive forests. Its year-round tropical climate, characterized by high humidity due to the second-largest Lake Victoria, offers a single season throughout the year. Culturally, it remains secluded from the rest of the world. Residents construct homes using mud and thatch, living a primitive life with dried grass covering the earthen floors. Nutrient-deficient children receive porridge, leading to improved health and the disappearance of various skin diseases. Introducing indirect experiences through media to children, who were accustomed to the same routine, aims to foster imagination and creativity.