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Quinter

Peter* was an orphan. With no parents he was forced to live with his estranged sister. But Peter never felt safe – his sister’s husband was violet and would often scare Peter. Peter would often go without food, and be forced to scavenge on the streets. He was hungry, and without hope.

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Kacekyenze

Peter* was an orphan. With no parents he was forced to live with his estranged sister. But Peter never felt safe – his sister’s husband was violet and would often scare Peter. Peter would often go without food, and be forced to scavenge on the streets. He was hungry, and without hope.

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Janet

Peter* was an orphan. With no parents he was forced to live with his estranged sister. But Peter never felt safe – his sister’s husband was violet and would often scare Peter. Peter would often go without food, and be forced to scavenge on the streets. He was hungry, and without hope.

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From the Field #2

Peter* was an orphan. With no parents he was forced to live with his estranged sister. But Peter never felt safe – his sister’s husband was violet and would often scare Peter. Peter would often go without food, and be forced to scavenge on the streets. He was hungry, and without hope.

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From the Field #1

Peter* was an orphan. With no parents he was forced to live with his estranged sister. But Peter never felt safe – his sister’s husband was violet and would often scare Peter. Peter would often go without food, and be forced to scavenge on the streets. He was hungry, and without hope.

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Lotipo

I owe my survival to date to ADRA’s help in March. Look, I have no teeth, I couldn’t walk but now I can walk and come to the distribution point. Thank you for coming again and giving me more food,” says Lotipo. He lives in Koono village, Turkana Central – an area seriously affected by protracted droughts and resulting food and water short ages

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Mr and Mrs Musyoka

It was hot, dry and dusty as we pulled into Waita, in Mwingi District. We found a small hut and peered inside – there were six children, huddled in the corner, all alone. They had not eaten in the last two days. The local chief explained that their mother had gone to find some food for her starving children.

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