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

Carolina For Kibera

Robert is a very good man. This man like to help those communities in need. In our community we lack fresh air and food. So even people in our community need help for that man. This man when he knew that he came to help us. I was very happy to see that I knew these man will do a lot of work in our community. He planed for as trees those trees helped very much. We can now breath clean and fresh air in our community. People are not dying because of how they were. Again he brought seeds of vegetable from various diseases how they were suffering because of lack of food. So me mine is to thank people of caroling for kibera to bring us good people who know to help those people who need their help.


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