Mapira Flour

In the enchanting region of Pemba, Cabo Delgado, I captured a series of captivating photographs showcasing a group of kids engrossed in the age-old tradition of making Mapira flour. Using a wooden homemade pestle, these youngsters skillfully processed the Sorghum bicolor plants, known locally as mapira. With each rhythmic motion, they honored their cultural heritage, preserving the essence of their community’s culinary traditions. These heartwarming images offer a glimpse into the enduring bond between generations and the sustainable practices that shape their daily lives.

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