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    make up
  • The combination of qualities that form a person's temperament

  • Cosmetics such as lipstick or powder applied to the face, used to enhance or alter the appearance

  • The composition or constitution of something

  • makeup: an event that is substituted for a previously cancelled event; "he missed the test and had to take a makeup"; "the two teams played a makeup one week later"

  • constitution: the way in which someone or something is composed

  • constitute: form or compose; "This money is my only income"; "The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance"; "These constitute my entire belonging"; "The children made up the chorus"; "This sum represents my entire income for a year"; "These few men comprise his entire army"

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302 - C15 Enclave

302 - C15 Enclave

5/4/11 C15 Enclave. My new address! Yesterday got a suprise offer of a move to the family house of the mother and daughter who run most of Project Why. So packed up my gear and got in the transport, 3-wheeler autorickshaw, without having a chance to say "I'm moving.Bye." to the lovely hostel mates. It was only two who spoiled my time there. This photo is the view from my bedrooom window where there are Green Parakeets, Minor Birds, Indian Crows and a dizzying cacophony of other birds - the sound is enthralling and the air is clear after the constant dust and beebing horns of motorbikes of Govind Puri. Don't get me wrong I loved the rea just not the hostel. And what an improvement - the whole family are really nice and they have semi-permanant guests staying all the time and one of the most interesting houses I have been in for a long while as it is stuffed with memrobllia from the grandparents time as ambassadors after being a freedom fighter and a womans rights fighter respectively. Oh and its 5 degrees C. less in temp than the hostel and I get my own bedroom with proper mattress, own bathroom and there are three helpers who do anything for me, like make me a cup of tea or take my laundry - they are not servants they are like adopted members of the family. Its a great place to stay and I will have to used to going to bed earlier and getting up earlier too although thats not much of a sacrifice when you have to meet up with the whole family in the sitting room before dinner and have a glass of whisky. Its in stark contrast to the lives of the kids who are supported by Project Why and I now appreciate what Anou, the founder, and Shamika, the daughter & the teacher of my special guys class, have given to this amazing charity. They are slighlty privalaged and have decided they don't need to take advatage but share some of their good fortune, education and drive with others less better off - i.e. the slum children. One of the special kids today was off to an interview at a state school - Shavim is clever but has difficulty talking due to a cleft pallet. He is also a little mischievious but charming with it for a tiny little man of 6 or 7. He conned me into giving him a star on my 1st day in class which is registerd on the wall so everyone can see like a league table. His mum has really tried with him and has been getting the project to help with the paperwork to get him into the state school - today at the interview they turned down his entry because his name isn't on the birth certificate - nobody's name is on their birth certificate here. Everyone is disappointed as he is clever and bright and deserves all the chances he can get.
The little cute girl with brittle bone disease hasnt been in class for a couple of days, she is fine but her sister has been sent back to the village so now she is being kept at home to wash the family clothes. She is smaller than a bucket and has broken her bones more than 40 times at home so is safer at school. Her mother wont listen to reason so I don't know if I will see her again but a liitle peice of her is in me and her gentle manner will be one of my abiding memeories of my time here.



An NGO-managed food warehouse sits empty in Bahr-al-Ghazal, southern Sudan.

Known as rubb-halls (so named for the durable rubber/plastic they are made from), temporary warehouses such as these are often used by NGOs for food storage in areas where local infrastructure is poor. In southern Sudan, where two decades of civil war has ravaged the region, virtually no permanant buildings are left standing, and this is the only way to keep food in a relatively secure environment. Cheap and easy to set up, rubb-halls are a flexible and practical short-term solution.

Bahr-al-Ghazal remains among the very poorest and most disenfranchised regions in the world, even compared to other impoverished areas. There are no sealed roads, almost all the buildings are mud-and-grass huts, and the only service infrastructure (schools, health centres, etc.) are run by charities. Suffering cyclical patterns of drought overlaid with long-term warfighting and unrest, food-aid has been a permanent fixture in the social landscape of the area, and continues to be so without any clear sign that it is going to change. The long-term impact of food-aid on causing people to become dependant on outside assistance is a controversial one, but with extremely high rates of child malnutrition threatening tens of thousands of lives each year, it is hard to come up with solutions that meet both the short-term and long-term needs. There are now hopes that with the Comprehensive Peace Agreement between northern and southern Sudan, signed in January 2005, and the prospect for a referendum on southern independence set for 2011, the war at least will not figure so strongly in Bahr-al-Ghazal's many problems.

Near Tonj, Bahr-al-Ghazal, Southern Sudan. November 2004.

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