Images: 12 (Photographer - Aguero,Gabriela)

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT IN COLOMBIA
Children finish-up their day at school in Yauyos, Peru. This is a temporary school that was set-up after an earthquake.
Photographer: Aguero,Gabriela
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT IN COLOMBIA
Kindergarten kids on an outing in Vignac, Peru.
Photographer: Aguero,Gabriela
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT IN COLOMBIA
Children flying self-made kites before a looming storm, Colombia.
Photographer: Aguero,Gabriela
YOUTH DEVELOPMENT IN COLOMBIA
One of the scenes of the documentary where the children of the Audiovisual school are showing off their skills as reporters on each other.
Photographer: Aguero,Gabriela
CHILDREN IN PERU
Transportation in Peru.
Photographer: Aguero,Gabriela
CHILDREN IN PERU
A bit of cash can be earned on the impromptu harvest. The owner of this land decides to send the crop to Lima.
Photographer: Aguero,Gabriela
CHILDREN IN PERU
Having fun at the herranza, a fertility celebration where cows are decorated with colourful threads. The children were given the orange necklaces that will later be placed around the cows neck.
Photographer: Aguero,Gabriela
CHILDREN IN PERU
Representing the school at the local olympics, two boys pose for a picture in front of the orchestra that will play traditional guaynos songs during the soccer game.
Photographer: Aguero,Gabriela
CATCHING MINNOWS IN THE RIO PESCADO
The children of the Escuela Audiovisual Infantil worked hard to prepare for hundreds of visitors to the inauguration of their new building. At the end of the inauguration, everyone went to the river to celebrate. The children were demonstrating the proper way to catch minnows.
Photographer: Aguero,Gabriela
CHILDREN IN PERU
Children returning from grazing with cattle at dusk in Huangascar, Peru.
Photographer: Aguero,Gabriela
CHILDREN IN PERU
A great part of children's work is to tend to the animals and take them to graze even on a Sunday. Huangascar, Peru.
Photographer: Aguero,Gabriela
CHILDREN IN PERU
This child was our guide to a tour of the path that lead to a neighbouring town. Not only he was undaunted by heights but he gave us a clear botanical tour of every bush and plant that was used as medicine as well as guided us to an archeological site that was on one of the slopes. Boys are allowed more freedom to "roam" and although his sisters were working at the field even on a Sunday he was allowed to leave, not without his radio in hand because an important soccer game had to be followed.
Photographer: Aguero,Gabriela