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IN 2009, SOFIE Amalie Klougart traveled to Mombasa, Kenya with a non-profit organisation.Her day job was to document Action Aid’s numerous efforts to alleviate poverty in the country.Fascinated by the country, Klougart spent her nights and weekends travelling the country in search of stories.
“It was very easy to spot,” Klougart told Business Insider.The hotels in Mombasa were full of European travelers, both male and female, travelling alone.Everyone at the hotels, from the receptionists to the help, was aware of relationships between those in the hotel and the locals, according to Klougart.Klougart met her first subject, Louise, on the beach. ” Louise was in a relationship with two different Kenyan men and introduced Klougart to many of the women in the area.She told Louise that she was doing a story about love. Louise first began living in Kenya in 1997 when she went to work as a tour guide.