In our last newsletter, we also shared about feeding people on Mt. Elgon. In our story we had the following statement.

“At one of our feeding locations, a mother arrived in a dramatic fashion—on her knees. Vicious soldiers invading her home had killed her husband and children. And she also lost her legs below the knee during the attack. Still she walked on her knees when she heard that the church was meeting and CRF was sharing food.”

Electin Yego is her name. After reading the story, Frances Palmer, one of my dear friends in Seattle, bought her a wheelchair. Electin is so grateful. We are also going to build a house for her and her surviving family.