It rained in Kakuma refugee camp last night and this morning, transforming the dusty semi desert into a mud'n puddle fest. Rains don't fall often, but when they do, life slows down as moving around the camp becomes tough.
We are thankful for our partner, National Council of Churches Kenya (NCCK), and their transportation services! Their UN Land Cruisers got our team to the church on time this morning to continue with trauma care and theological training of refugee pastors.
We plan to visit our friends in the nearby camp for internally displaced Kenyans (IDP) this afternoon as well to follow up on some projects there (shelters, income-generation, and water). We're thankful to everyone who partners with us to make this ministry possible!
Click here to see a 30 second video clip showing our ride through the mud and water in the camp this morning.