children at school in Nepal

The Rotary Club of Kisumu Mashariki is just beginning.  They have identified 200 women-headed households living in informal settlements.  All households have been affected but the women-headed households are worse off given the fact that they have no one else to rely on to provide for their families.  These breadwinners are mostly wage workers who get paid on a daily basis.  Their employers have had to let them go. The subsidies sent by the Kenyan Government are not sufficient to support all of those affected so the majority go without food. There is an urgent need to provide food and sanitary commodities to those who now face the possibility of starvation.


$50.00 will support one household with dry food stuffs and sanitary commodities for one month.