Mark Lehn - documentary photography in Brisbane
Nharrome and Armando Nharrome) and a sister 16 years old (Lidia Nharrome). He lost his father back in 1999 and mother in 2003, at the time with 9 years of age, and since then he has assumed the household head. After the death of the mother and to maintain the livelihood of the family, he was dedicated to caring for animals of small species in the house of a neighbor who, in turn, offered food and other basic goods for the family.
Salvador has completed the 10th grade in 2011, and is currently in a part time job (drains), after the vocational training he attended, offered by DPMAS Sofala. All the siblings are enrolled at school. Simao attends grade 5 and Armando and Lydia, grade 8. They have regular contact with the family, even if it does not provide material support.
Currently, the family is benefiting from food supplementation (45 kg of maize flower and 6kgs of beans) provided by WFP. They are also benefiting from food aid granted by the Social Action.
The family has a positive insertion in the community and neighborhood. There was no attitude of stigma referred to by the family. There were no reported cases of serious diseases affecting the family (diarrhea, malaria, etc.) in the last two years.