This container reminds me of all the times I went to fetch water from the source, I met members of the UPC militia who invited me to join their group. I refused, but one day, they took me by force.
This woman reminds me of how my mother chased me from the house because of religion, after I fled an armed group and they took me.
This casserole pan reminds me of how we suffered to share hot food with our hands, it is necessary to have dishes to utilize.
This mud reminds me of how we rolled in the mud during military training and these two roads remind me of how we shared tasks on the front line.
The knife remind me of a sad memory how we killed innocent people with knives.
This hole reminds me where we were hiding during combat and the pits where we buried the dead bodies on the battlefield.
This case reminds me of the guard booth that we installed on the roads to extort money from travelers and the woods served as barriers for the enemy.
This wall reminds me of the pain that we felt after having failed an operation to pillage to steal some goods under the order of our commander, we were obliged to hit the box on a wall for punishment.
This bush symbolizes the place where we hid when we were combatants and where some of us died in there from poor conditions and sickness.
This wood reminds me of three essential things: the place of refuge when we were combatants, the construction material of houses and of preparing food.
This tree reminds me of how I was hiding myself in a tree and escaped death from my enemies.
This black hole symbolizes the suffering that I crossed to the point where I wanted to die, but the green herbs represent my small hope to survive.
These flowers make me reflect on God, who created them, because it is He who is my father. My birth father chased me away with my two kids, who also do not have a father, because of the rape that we were submitted during our participation in armed groups.
This photo of me and my children shows how we suffered without food and shelter. We continue to suffer until today.