Kemo Camara grew up in a close-knit community — a compound with nearly forty to fifty people living in it. People who were close family members, relatives and even friends. “We ranged in age, from toddlers to elders, and we all had our roles to play to maintain the fabric of this community. Some of us contributed by cooking, others cleaning, others building maintenance, and yet others through the laughter they brought to us all,” mentions Camara in a Medium post.
He calls this “human technology” as this is so complementary to human nature. “It was a sum of processes that allowed each individual, through playing a role in their community’s growth, to thrive,” he explains.