Nabiya: A Mother’s Love for Her Three Daughters with Albinism
One Saturday afternoon I visited the home of Ancha Sarr, a 16 year old girl with albinism. She told me she had an older and younger sister with albinism. I wanted to see and speak with their mother to find out what it had been like for her to raise her three daughters.
Arriving at the humble two-story home, I was greeted warmly by Ancha and her family: Alagie, the father; Nabiya, the mother; Moudou, the eldest brother, sister Aisha and Adama, Anna, Penda, and Buacarr, the youngest and probably most adorable little boy I met in the Gambia. Adama and