People in the village also understand that the village and Kenyan economy can do better when the USA’s economy is thriving because the US currency is important as the international trade currency. Many people live in countries with political instability, food shortages, high unemployment, women persecutions, child abuse, and high poverty levels. The USA looks like a safe haven. The USA represents a place where people work together. The USA represents a place where there is little or no danger. People in my village believe that the USA is more welcoming and caring for all people regardless of the political views, religion, or country of origin.
Kenya, what comes to your mind when you hear about that name? Don’t tell me about the lions, elephants, and wild beast migrations in September; it is more than that. Apart from the beautiful animals that attract most people to the country is something devastating to the people of Kenya. This is the crisis of water due to inconsistent and erratic rain. To make matters worse, the little available water is not clean or adequate for human consumption.
Kenya has suffered from this crisis for years, and this has affected local people, especially women and children. Women and children in most families, especially in the villages, have to fend for water in any way they can. Water is life, and yet 40 percent of Kenyans rely on poor water resources.Keep on reading!
In this era, everybody needs to be exposed and gain some knowledge to use the internet, mobile phones, laptops, and all sources to make one modern. This is important to fit into the modern world and to participate.Keep on reading!
Sometimes people think that they need to do big things for other people to feel appreciated or worthy. They don’t appreciate the small efforts they make to help create a world that is a better place for all.Keep on reading!
Many people in Africa get their food through small scale farming where they grow food crops purposely for substance use. Their farming largely depends on rainfall availability because most of them cannot afford an irrigation system. Traditionally, farmers would grow food during specific periods when they were sure of getting rain.