Lydia has four children, all conceived due to rape. Her oldest son and daughter are disabled. Her youngest daughter is seven months pregnant, her offspring also a product of rape. Lydia lives in a mud house with no way to lock a door, except a string. Since they are so vulnerable, drunk men make holes in the mud house, pulling the girls out through the holes and raping them. Because of her condition she could not contribute her portion towards a water tank but she was “adopted” by her group and was given the group’s first rainwater catchment tank.
With generous hearts and hands, we can continue to come alongside these Kenyan women. On Saturday, June 8, 2019, Path From Poverty is hosting their 11th annual Walk For Water at Seward Park in Seattle, WA. Please consider joining us in helping to transform the lives of Kenyan women and girls with the gift of clean water.