In Northern Kenya, roughly 46 percent of the population earns less than 108.10 Kenyan shilling,
the equivalent of one dollar a day. Kenya is also the world's 48th largest country. In Kenya,
families must travel to reach the main cities to access the minimal healthcare resources. This
often means a trip over 300 kilometers or 186 miles.
This severe poverty has impacted so many children born with craniofacial differences. The journey is on rough terrain, is costly, and risky for a cleft baby. Love Without Reason is working with the Kenyan people to help as many cleft babies as possible this year. Because of the closures and delays from COVID-19, the need is more dire. A stretched healthcare system already working with minimal resources is not able to meet these needs. Your donations will help fund two Medical Camps called the "The Great African Adventure."