Photo exhibition on the life of Besh,
former street child of Kenya

The exhibition created by Grande Quercia, in collaboration with Koinonia Community, returns to the city of Peace, Rovereto (TN), on the occasion of the 2019 Christmas holidays.

In Piazza Damiano Chiesa you can learn about the story of Besh, a former street child from Kenya who today became an educator in the Koinonia Community centers, the African reality founded by Father Renato Sesana Kizito who saved him, giving him a new life.

The initiative is organized in collaboration with Ruota Libera and Riciclofficina, which deal with job reintegration for those in difficulty. A refreshment point 'Pedal, eat, love' open from 12 to 15.30, run by volunteers, to enjoy excellent dishes, to be able to see the photographs of the exhibition and also to donate an aid to the 'Moringa per tutti' project that Grande Quercia is carrying out in Kenya, in collaboration with Koinonia Community.

A meal to give and support Grande Quercia and Ruota Libera.

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