The Muturi family lives a particularly difficult life in the Piave community due to their special needs. They have no means of a consistent income and often have to rely on various NGOs in Kenya for their food and monthly livelihood. When ROTH visited the family in mid-June, we noticed that their home was falling apart and had become unliveable. With funds raised, ROTH was able to build the Muturi family a larger and more stable mud-brick house for the five remaining members of the family.
The Muturi home at our first visit.
Construction on the new home begins.
The new Muturi home.
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