After a morning spent with the miners in the coal mines, I decided to rest for a few hours just outside a small village in the Danhab. Awakened by the shouting and the games of a group of children, I realized that the building next to me wasn’t abandoned at all but was a centre where children from the neighborhood met to play and do their homework.
After a first moment of trouble due to my presence, the lessons started again and I could take pictures showing the situation. It was interesting to observe the relationship of respect and awe between the teacher and its students.
The children followed his words with interest. A mere look was needed to get their attention back after inevitable distractions. The vitality and smiles of the children made the situation special.