Mohammed, bottom left.
On the edge of Marrakech in Morocco, near a dusty village, I came across little Mohammed.
I bought one of the simple drawings that he was selling.
We became instant friends.
Mohammed was nine years old, black, bald headed, and had various skin complaints.
He had a happy smile.
Mohammed learnt that I had a stomach ache.
I visited Mohammed's crowded fly-ridden home, which was beside a hot dusty quarry.
The home had no running water, no glass in the windows and hardly any furniture. All Mohammed's brothers and sisters had bad coughs.
Mohammed gave me, as a present, his most prized possession, a small broken toy statue of the Eiffel tower.
I took Mohammed to the local free clinic to have his skin complaint examined. The nurse explained that there was nothing she could do as the problem was the crowded house with its lack of running water.