This article was originally published on May 8th, 2019.
See What I See, is a photo-visual series that intimately invites people into the lives of GBV survivors — using simplicity and start contrast to create the melancholy and brutality that survivors often hide, and give viewers cause to pause and reflect.
Kefilwe Monosi affectionately known as FIFI (1988) is a documentary photographer based in Gaborone Botswana concentrating on social issues mostly affecting women and children and also just issues that are considered a taboo to talk about in our African society. She wants her work to create a platform to spark a conversation about this social issues. And also just her work to aid for change of policy regarding these issues.