For me, this world next door internship facilitated two months of transforming discovery and engagement with the culture, issues and people of Kenya.

Nairobi... A city full of contradictions.

I walked away with a completely new perspective of social justice as a whole, a deeper ability to trust God, an entirely new understanding of what it means to truly give and serve His people, and a profound inspiration to go and do just that. I was challenged as a writer, as a photographer, as an advocate for justice, as a follower of God.

Bright Flowers and Barbed Wire

I don’t have the words to describe my first few days in Nairobi but I’ve decided that this image captures it… Bright flowers meet barbed wire.

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Photo Gallery: Zana Africa

I’d like to introduce you to an organization that is daily becoming closer and closer to my heart…

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I’m Fine!

After coming to Kenya, one of my most despised words has won a beloved place in my heart…

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Photo Gallery: The Little Things

Who would have thought that something as small as a sanitary pad could make such huge strides against injustice?

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Meet the Family!

Meet the ‘family’ of Zana Africa. These incredible people are breaking the cycle of injustice from within!

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Learning How to Give

I came to Toi Market to practice my getting, but I walked away learning what it really means to give…

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Too Small

Sometimes I feel like I am too small to make a difference, but God has been proving how much He delights in working through small people…

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Photo Gallery: Juicy

As a group of AIDS widows learned how to make fresh juice, a whole new future opened up for them…

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About the Author: Christine Sullivan was a summer intern with World Next Door in 2009. She graduated in 2009 from Taylor University with a bachelor's degree in Studio Arts. She loves finding beauty in the unseen and overlooked and is passionate about bringing stories of injustice to light.

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