As the news is highly censored here and the international press has moved on, Kenya is certainly not on the top of the list anymore. In my experience, this is when the work is always at its most difficult point.
My Dad sent a note yesterday and a breakdown of expenses so far:
"Today we managed to visit a total of three places. First thing in the morning Ren and Derrik went to the Kondele Police station and gave maize meal to about 70 people who are stranded because of the clashes.The second place was Masogo, Sarafina's place where we managed to give maize flour, biscuits, soap, matches and cooking fat to 300 women, children and disabled adults. Our last visit was to the Atorney General's premises opposite the Central Police Station. There were 30 people stranded, as they have no where to go. Some of them come from places like Londiani where there is trouble. We gave they a sack of maize meal and some biscuits. There is so much to be done. It is hard to know where to begin..."
TRANSPORT KIBOS-CHEMELIL 2000 15.2
FOOD (RISE & SHINE HOME) 200 1.53
MAIZE FLOUR 76000 580.15
BUS TRANSPORT (23 pax) 34500 263.36
GROCERIES 63700 486.26
MAIZE FLOUR 74300 567.18
TOTAL 250700 1913.74