In my hometown, I farmed cassava, beans, and maize. I lived off the produce from my fields, and my life was fairly easy.
But strangers invaded our town and massacred many people, including my husband. I fled and sought refuge in another town. Here I’ve had a difficult life. My mother is old, and I don’t have any way to feed my eight children. Currently I survive by working as a day laborer, but I make little money.
I thank Samaritan’s Purse for hosting a fair where I could buy food and other necessities. They gave me tokens to purchase the items so that I could get exactly what my family needed. Thanks to this assistance, I found life. Now we have clothes and we aren’t so hungry.