As he tells us, "Years ago they founded Anidan, an NGO (non-governmental organization) that takes care of the needs of local children. On the island of Lamu, off the northern coast, they built a shelter where they now house one hundred children, but feed, dress, care for and educate over two hundred.
"It was a journey full of adventures and enriching experiences where I tried to depict the most real Kenya, the one you can't easily find on the tourist routes. I especially enjoyed spending some days with the Samburu, semi-nomadic pastorialists related but distinct to the Maasai. They still maintain an amazing culture and its people seem to have a special kindness that inspired me in many ways."
Diego Arroyo's website