Just a few years ago, Antonine was destitute, living under a tree on the small parcel of land in southwest Kenya, not far from the shores of Lake Victoria. Her house once stood there. It was flattened by her late husband’s relatives shortly after he died. Still homeless and landless more than 10 years later, she was on the verge of taking her own life.
KELIN, through the Cultural structures programme, successfully negotiated on her behalf and her in-laws agreed to let her back on the land. Just like Antonine, there are dozens more women and children who still need homes. While KELIN has helped them fight for their land, for their rights, and for justice, you can help us finish the job – help us build them homes. Here is how:
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Step 2: Take Action: