What do school-age children do handmade pictures in the Congo? In most American homes, handmade pictures by younger, school-age children are placed on the refrigerator or a kitchen wall. It does not matter if its your child or a grandchild, we all are obligated to display those handmade masterpieces.
In rural Congo, families do not have electricity. Therefore, they do not own refrigerators. Most rural Congolese houses are made with mud walls. Also, their kitchens burn wood in an open fire. Therefore, the pictures are probably not pasted on the kitchen walls.
So what happened to these handmade pictures?