Peter Karoki's farm house. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. Peter has a 10 acre farm where he lives with his wife and 10 children. 

Peter Karoki's farm house. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. Peter has a 10 acre farm where he lives with his wife and 10 children. 

 Peter Karoki, a member of Action Aid's Makange Farmers Group. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016.

Peter Karoki, a member of Action Aid's Makange Farmers Group. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016.

 Peter Karoki's wife tends to their goat. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

Peter Karoki's wife tends to their goat. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

 Peter and his wife tend to their vegetables. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. "We do the farming together to overcome poverty."

Peter and his wife tend to their vegetables. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. "We do the farming together to overcome poverty."

 Action Aid have provided a water supply to Peter's farm. He has one tank to cater for the farm and the other for his household needs. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

Action Aid have provided a water supply to Peter's farm. He has one tank to cater for the farm and the other for his household needs. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

 Action Aid have provided a water supply to Peter's farm. He has one tank to cater for the farm and the other for his household needs. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

Action Aid have provided a water supply to Peter's farm. He has one tank to cater for the farm and the other for his household needs. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

 “God has been with me all these 80 years. I feel strong and that makes me work hard. I thank God for the support of ActionAid, since the inception of this project I only go to the Makima market to look for buyers for my produce; every day I must earn at least 200 Kshs.” Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016.

“God has been with me all these 80 years. I feel strong and that makes me work hard. I thank God for the support of ActionAid, since the inception of this project I only go to the Makima market to look for buyers for my produce; every day I must earn at least 200 Kshs.” Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016.

 Peter's wife, Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

Peter's wife, Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

 Pigeon peas, Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

Pigeon peas, Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

 Peter's wife herds the livestock, Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

Peter's wife herds the livestock, Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

 Peter herds his livestock, Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

Peter herds his livestock, Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

 Peter Karoki eats produce from his farm. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. The Farming project has enabled farmers like Peter and his family to grow sweet potatoes, bananas, pigeon peas, papaya and sugarcane. 

Peter Karoki eats produce from his farm. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. The Farming project has enabled farmers like Peter and his family to grow sweet potatoes, bananas, pigeon peas, papaya and sugarcane. 

 “My wife doesn’t go to the river because now she has the water pipe which she uses to irrigate the plants, while the other pipe is for household needs of washing, cooking and watering the animals. I feel peace, because there’s no more hunger.” Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

“My wife doesn’t go to the river because now she has the water pipe which she uses to irrigate the plants, while the other pipe is for household needs of washing, cooking and watering the animals. I feel peace, because there’s no more hunger.”
Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

 Peter Karoki's farm house. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. Peter has a 10 acre farm where he lives with his wife and 10 children. 
 Peter Karoki, a member of Action Aid's Makange Farmers Group. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016.
 Peter Karoki's wife tends to their goat. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 
 Peter and his wife tend to their vegetables. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. "We do the farming together to overcome poverty."
 Action Aid have provided a water supply to Peter's farm. He has one tank to cater for the farm and the other for his household needs. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 
 Action Aid have provided a water supply to Peter's farm. He has one tank to cater for the farm and the other for his household needs. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 
 “God has been with me all these 80 years. I feel strong and that makes me work hard. I thank God for the support of ActionAid, since the inception of this project I only go to the Makima market to look for buyers for my produce; every day I must earn at least 200 Kshs.” Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016.
 Peter's wife, Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 
 Pigeon peas, Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 
 Peter's wife herds the livestock, Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 
 Peter herds his livestock, Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 
 Peter Karoki eats produce from his farm. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. The Farming project has enabled farmers like Peter and his family to grow sweet potatoes, bananas, pigeon peas, papaya and sugarcane. 
 “My wife doesn’t go to the river because now she has the water pipe which she uses to irrigate the plants, while the other pipe is for household needs of washing, cooking and watering the animals. I feel peace, because there’s no more hunger.” Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

Peter Karoki's farm house. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. Peter has a 10 acre farm where he lives with his wife and 10 children. 

Peter Karoki, a member of Action Aid's Makange Farmers Group. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016.

Peter Karoki's wife tends to their goat. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

Peter and his wife tend to their vegetables. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. "We do the farming together to overcome poverty."

Action Aid have provided a water supply to Peter's farm. He has one tank to cater for the farm and the other for his household needs. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

Action Aid have provided a water supply to Peter's farm. He has one tank to cater for the farm and the other for his household needs. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

“God has been with me all these 80 years. I feel strong and that makes me work hard. I thank God for the support of ActionAid, since the inception of this project I only go to the Makima market to look for buyers for my produce; every day I must earn at least 200 Kshs.” Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016.

Peter's wife, Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

Pigeon peas, Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

Peter's wife herds the livestock, Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

Peter herds his livestock, Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

Peter Karoki eats produce from his farm. Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. The Farming project has enabled farmers like Peter and his family to grow sweet potatoes, bananas, pigeon peas, papaya and sugarcane. 

“My wife doesn’t go to the river because now she has the water pipe which she uses to irrigate the plants, while the other pipe is for household needs of washing, cooking and watering the animals. I feel peace, because there’s no more hunger.”
Makima Embu, Kenya, 2016. 

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