Below is the official description of the event:
“An exhibition of artistic projects created by ‘The Peruanitos’, a group of organized children from the community of 12 de Junio in the district of Villa Maria del Triunfo, Lima. Through photography and writing, ' The Peruanitos ' have explored the concepts of identity and health at the individual, household and community levels. Their projects examine topics such as community health, self-care, self- expression and what it means to be part of a community. In the process, they have created an intimate portrait of their lives and their community”.
Shown below is a photo series that represents the community health topics of security, trash, water, and the absence of plants. In the sign "La Seguridad" the girls write that they would like more security in the neighborhood. They do not always feel safe. They don't feel protected because there are no security guards or a police station. Additional writings and images address the issues of garbage accumulation, burning trash, and the lack of access to clean/running water in the community.