In the first family, an inmate’s wife and her son are fine and are living with some of the inmates’ relatives. The second family is split into two that is, the inmate’s wife and the inmate’s mother. Two of an inmate’s children (daughters) are living with their mother and a son (the last born) who is very weak is living with his grandmother. The third family comprised an inmate’s mother, brother, sister, nephew and his (inmate’s) children. Apparently, the inmate’s children were at school at the time of the visit. One could tell from their living status and narration that she really tries to make ends meet especially ensuring that the grandchildren go to school. The fourth family comprised an inmate’s mother, sister in law and the inmate’s nephews who are all living with the inmate’s brother. The children (inmate’s children) were living with their mother at the time the family was visited. We are grateful to Gina and Steve who were able to deliver bags of sugar and rice to each one of these families.
We are grateful to God for His Provision and Protection especially with the journeys we make upcountry. We thank Him for his Goodness and Grace that through our Ministry, we are able to touch people’s lives.