are living today.
Middle: Store "type" fronts along the path as we walk closer to the clinic and the homes.
Right; the sewer system that runs through the village.
A funny story to lighten the mood of looking at these pictures :) ...
While trying to take a picture of three women standing at the corner with their babies, I accidentally stepped back and into this sewage line. As if it wasn't bad enough, the women all went....Eeeuuuwww! Now you know that must have been REALLY bad! I guess that word is the same in English as it is in Swahili. Ha
Pictures of the Tabitha Clinic. They actually carried all the materials by hand through the village to make this clinic stand here today. If they had brought in a helicopter to carry some of the materials, the tin roofs of all the housing would fly off the housing structures.
Right and Left; pictures of Kibera and the homes with tin roof after tin roof of homes stacked on top of one another.
Oh...sweet babies. :)
Picture in the middle (my guess); A sign the people of Kibera made to, at one time, welcome a Senator visiting their village? Right; a food stand.
Left; Looking at the outside of the village along a railroad track. Middle; a daycare building in Kibera with volunteers helping to feed and also play with the children. Right; someone hanging clothes to dry outside their home.