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Picturing life as a young carer in Africa

Wednesday 20 April – Thursday 2 June 2011
Monday – Friday 10am - 8pm
Atrium Gallery, Old Building, LSE 

Picturing life as a Young Carer in Africa' portrays what life is typically like for a caregiving child in sub-Saharan Africa. The exhibition features photographs and drawings by young carers from two communities of rural Kenya and Zimbabwe. The exhibition focuses on the challenges young caregivers face and the strategies and resources they employ to cope with these challenges. This exhibition is supported by the LSE Knowledge Transfer Fund.

Press Releases

You can view recent press about this exhibition here: Child carers are the unsung heroes of Africa| and Life as a young carer in Africa – in pictures|.

Visiting the Exhibition

This exhibition is open to all, no ticket required. Visitors are welcome during weekdays (Monday - Friday) between 10am and 8pm (excluding bank holidays or unless otherwise stated below). For further information email  arts@lse.ac.uk| or phone on 020 7107 5342.

If you are planning to attend this exhibition and would like details on how to get here please refer to Travelling to LSE|