Just one outhouse for the dozens of home surrounding it. It’s no wonder that “flying toilets” is a way of life at Kibera, Kenya.
The whole neighborhood in Kibera draws water from just one well. When I leave within a couple of days, I am going to thank God every time I turn on a faucet or flush a toilet.
A sick slumdog of Kibera, Kenya. Chance of adoption? Zero.
Boda-badas (motorcycle taxis) are everywhere in Kitale, Kenya. You have four passengers? No problem! Helmets, long pants, boots – all optional.
Kitale, Kenya – Our church affiliates feeding the local kids with beans and rice. Each meal costs around 30 cents.
Over a million people live in the Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya. The situation looks beak, but not hopeless with God and love.
Closeup of a giraffe. It was at a park in Kenya.
There are not that many high quality of hippopotamus / hippo performing the barrel roll. I don’t know how common it is, but here is a nice shot!
Kenyan child in mother’s arms.
A bunch of Kenyan kids, gathering around an open fire, sharing a can of pineapple.