“We suffer a lot in our house because the rain pours in during the rainy season. Our corn-flour and clothes get soaked and ruined and I have to stay at my sister’s house.”
Nduzayani is a single mother with two young children and a teenaged daughter. She was born with an intellectual disability, and is unable to work. Even household chores are difficult. “I need help with the simplest tasks in life,” she tells Hope and Healing International.
The family live in a traditional Chika house built with sticks and mud, and some unburnt bricks and mortar.
But Nduzayani now has hope, because she’ll be receiving a home that will have new clay brick walls with a separate ventilated latrine and shower facility.