Africa is an amazing continent, rich in culture, heritage, and natural beauty. This page contains photos all either taken by Dr Allan T. Moore, or by others to document activities taking place in or related to Africa.
Official photos from IPHRD and GIZ facilitated International Young Women Mediation Forum, Nairobi, 2020
Cultural Heritage For Inclusive Growth Training, Mount Kenya University Mombasa Campus 2019
Mombasa Beach at Night
Different styles of architecture in Mombasa, from modern and brutalist in the centre to classical at the old port
Hotel grounds in Kenya (and the famous Tusker Lager Brand)
Fort Jesus, Mombasa
Cultural styles in Nairobi
Having a little fun after Cultural Heritage for Inclusive Growth Training in Thika, 2019
Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage in Nairobi
Rwanda Art Museum (at the old presidential palace museum), Izihirwe Art Studio, and ImagineWe books in Kigali, Rwanda
Flame of Remembrance at the Ampitheatre in the grounds of Kigali (Gisozi) Genocide Memorial
Dressed in the robes of Kenyatta University PhD, for attendnace at Mount Kenya University Graduation Ceremony, December 2017
At the International Criminal Court, the Hague, 2019
Official Photos from Kwibuka 25 Conference in the Hague, 2019
Rwanda in 2017 when there to present at a conference in Kigali
On trips to the Ministry of Defence in Rwanda in 2017 and 2015 respectively
Dr Allan T. Moore with genocide survivors, Mama Lambert (left) and Claudine Murebwayire (right) – Allan sponsors Claudine through the Mukomeze Foundation.
At Mageragere TiG (Community Service) camp on different trips in 2015 and 2017. The camp is now gone, but at the time had a large number of individuals who had been convicted of genocide crimes, and close to release. Many told us their stories.
Kigali Convention Centre. Now one of the main images shared of Kigail and Rwanda today
Paying respects to victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda, at Kigali (Gisozi) Genocide Memorial
Taking part in Umuganda in 2015 in Kigali, with Dr Alphonse Muleefu from University of Rwanda, followed by backstage access at a presidential address by HE Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda
???????????????????????????????????? Meetings at Rwanda’s Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Defence, and National Police Headquarters. Pictured with former Chief Justice, Professor Sam Rugege, and in the garden of Bishop John Rucyahana, President of Rwanda’s National Unity and Reconciliation Commission ( NURC)
Kimironko Market, The Amahoro Stadium (Rwanda’s national stadium), a cooperative in Kigali bringing together survivors and perpetrators to work on cultural clothing, baskets and pottery together, and pictured with Charly Na Nina, arguably the biggest Rwandan pop stars today.
With Dr Joseph Nkurunziza, Executive Director of Never Again Rwanda (though actually together in Nairobi, Kenya), and then pictures in community of widows and widowers (as a result of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi). Children from the same cell in Kigali.
At International Peace Conference in Nairobi, 2017. Rwandan Dancers from Mount Kenya University and in the middle, young Zawadi Kayyoh, who was only 5 years old at the time and recited a poem at the conference. Like this: Like Loading...