When you think about Tana River what is the the first thing that comes to mind? Despair? Hunger? Fights? Deaths? When we first decided to do a project in Tana River our heads were filled with negative stories. Nothing good could come out of a place known to so many as a place so far from our mental scope to ever think about. So, in our arrogance we decided to go to Tana River and discover what lies there in. What we found were positive stories of the women in Tana. Who like us dare to dream and be different. I speak tells the stories of the many women we found, who opened their doors to us and gave us a snippet of what it means to be them. This is Lulu's story.