The Hands of a Tribe - Part Two

Hands hold symbolic power for their ability to show both strength and softness. Hands are used to show adoration to our loved ones and children, yet the human determination to survive enables those same hands to take a person through hours of hard physical work.

Our hands are a part of our DNA. The way they move, look, the shape and the size help to tell a person’s story.

These are the stories of the Maasai. Part Two.

For more background on this project, click here.

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Click to see part one.

The Hands of a Tribe - Part One

Sidai Designs collaborated with Tanzanian photographer Sam Vox to tell the stories of the Maasai people who work with us here in Tanzania.

Our hope was to capture the characteristics that make them unique individuals, despite living part of a tribe that - while modernising slowly - still live very traditional lifestyles.

These are their stories. Part one.

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For more background on this project, click here.