MY JOURNEY,MY DREAMS😊

I am Laissa Malih, a nomad filmmaker, photographer and an upcoming investigator. I am passionate on African stories and I want to take my audience through Africa #letsdiscoverafrica. I own Malihadventures whose work is majorly to create awareness, educate,give voice to the voiceless and bring out transparency in the most truthful and honest way possible….

ROADBLOCKS SHOULD NEVER BE OBSTACLES TO YOUR PROGRESSION.

If you’re trying to achieve, there will be roadblocks. I’ve had them; everybody has had them. But obstacles don’t have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don’t turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or work around it. #malihadventures #discovering #africa #kenya #nikon #photo #photography…

SCARCITY OF WATER, A CHAIN REACTION TO OTHER PROBLEMS AMONG PASTORALISTS.

Scarity of water is the main problem the pastoralists are facing. This later brings a chain of other problems such as fights leading to lack of peace, displacement of people from their homes and lands, children not going to school, early marriages, famine, hunger, starvation,no pasture, death of more animals, human wildlife conflict and many…

CULTURE, OUR DAILY SOCIAL FORMS.

This is a photo I captured at a market taking place at Ol Donyo Ngiro… Which means brown hill in maasai language. It is situated in laikipia.Market days here are done 2-3 times a week. Pastoralists and different traders converge and they sell different types of goods and offer different services. The maasai lady was…

Every sunset 🌇 is an opportunity to reset

This is a photo of a beautiful sunset i captured in Archers Post. Here i was a volunteer photographer for a great course ‘the camel caravan ‘ an event created to save the Great Ewaso River which is the heart of many indeginous marginalized communities. I got very many opportunities to learn, interact with Various…

LET’S SAVE EWASO NGIRO, THE HEART OF MANY.

This video shows the participation of communities, students, humanitarian NGOs and different stakeholders taking part in a camel caravan, a campaign known to sensitize on the need to save and conserve the great Ewaso Ngiro river.A river that cuts across three counties that all holds the pastoralists and their daily livelihoods.Ewaso Ngiro river cuts across…

RESILIENCE

Are you resilient? Do you succumb to hardships and struggles of life? Well then this is a photo I took in Marsabit county in an interior village. The camel i encountered while it was giving birth in a very hard condition due to the harsh climatic conditions of the place. The camel was eager to…

Camel caravan

My first encounter with the caravan was back in August 2014.I know when you hear of the name camel caravan one might think it is just a herd of camels along a bumpy rough road. In this case,the caravan includes camels,volunteers and a group of maasai warriors trekking along the famous river Ewaso Ngiro. Why…

The untold story

The pictures is beautiful at sight but no one really knows their stories,fights and struggles. People travel up north to see them just as you would travel into a zoo or a national park to see,enjoy and take best shots of all animals you see. They are humans,they got dreams,goals,missions and visions just like any…