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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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We are looking for a Project Manager

New Vacancy Homabay Emergency Project

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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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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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WHERE DID I GO WRONG?

The beneficiaries were very grateful to ADRA Kenya and the donors for giving them food. I heard one old woman utter some words in Gurre which if translated means “Is all this food for me? I have never received such food in my life,” remembers Leonard K’otohoyoh, the Project Manager.