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Somali mother and malnourished child in a Kenyan refugee camp  (Save The Children, flickr)

Somali mother and malnourished child in a Kenyan refugee camp (Save The Children, flickr)

Kenyan woman and children from Flickr)

Manay mababawasan na ang mga supot sa Kenya (Circumcision to Prevent AIDS)

Some of the beautiful children that lived on the farm where we slept during our Kenyan journey

Some of the beautiful children that lived on the farm where we slept during our Kenyan journey

Water-so precious to these Kenyan children.

Water-so precious to these Kenyan children.

What it's all about. Kenyan child watch as his mother receives much needed food by servinternational, via Flickr

What it's all about. Kenyan child watch as his mother receives much needed food by servinternational, via Flickr

This women is trying to make money buy selling vegetables. This is one common way Africans make a little profit out of what they have.

This women is trying to make money buy selling vegetables. This is one common way Africans make a little profit out of what they have.

Samburu mother carries her baby in a sling on her side or on her back while still building the tribes homes, fetching water, cooking and cleaning.

Samburu mother carries her baby in a sling on her side or on her back while still building the tribes homes, fetching water, cooking and cleaning.

Traditional: This is an example of a Kenyan traditional house and most of the people who lives in this kind of houses are the down graded families.

Traditional: This is an example of a Kenyan traditional house and most of the people who lives in this kind of houses are the down graded families.

A starving Somali child is given water in Baidoa. Absolutely breaks my heart, this is who we should be helping instead of shelling out more and more money in welfare to people who are capable of working

A starving Somali child is given water in Baidoa. Absolutely breaks my heart, this is who we should be helping instead of shelling out more and more money in welfare to people who are capable of working