'The Caring namibian Man' Exhibition at Goethe-Institut Namibia
Teenagers and young people in the Omusati and Ohangwena regions were asked to take photos of positive male role models in their communities. This is to challenge the concept - at times portrayed by the press - that all men are abusers, rapists, corrupt, and present another side of masculinity. It is a collection of the unsung heroes in our society who do well and take care of others.
This project was made possible thanks to the Embassy of Finland in Namibia. The Windhoek exhibition was made possible with additional support from Goethe Institute, UNFPA and the Embassy of Japan.