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Please tell a story about a time when a person or organization tried to help someone or change something in your community:

A Family

A farmily made up of people related by blood ,marriage or low (for male or social) Examples of family meembers related by blood are brothers and siters , parents and them children family members related by marrage include not only husbands and wife but also the husband's and wifes relatives for example if a woman's husband has a brother he is her brotheer in -low these also can be family members who are not releted by blood or mariage for example a child may be adoupted that is raised by people other than him natural parent s sometimes adoption are froe an agreement between two famies. in both cases, the adopted child becomes members of his or her new family.

Related

  • The organization most involved in what happened: Pearl Project

Events like these happen:

rarely
   
often

Story Attributes/Tags

  • The story describes a good idea that succeeded
  • This story relates to food and shelter
  • This story relates to family and friends
  • This story relates to knowledge
  • I helped make the story happen

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About This Story

  • Gender of storyteller: Male
  • Age of storyteller: 46-60 years old
  • This story took place more than 2 years ago
  • Location: Khungungu, Busia, Kenya
 
This story describes a...
broad need
specific
solution
specific
problem
The story is about...
social
relations
economic
opportunity
physical
well-being
 
 
Who benefited from what
happened in the story...
nobody
the wrong
people
the right
people
What type of change is your story about?
it requires a
continuous effort
temporary
change
lasting
change
 
 
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