Muna Ahmed Muna Ahmed, Emergency Team Member, Kenya Muna Ahmed’s stories Kenya: Life-changing latrines make women like Muriya safer Muriya Mohamed and her four children — Bishara, Gabey, Nuh and Issak — proudly showed me the new latrine in their community. Kenya: Protecting the children of Bililburbur Bililburbur is a new community in Wajir, created over the past year as families who lost their herds of animals in the historic drought were forced to settle and search for other ways to survive. Kenya: Cash grant, food provide relief to family I met Sangaba Abdi Gullet at Barmil during our cash distribution activities. She looked more distressed than the rest of the beneficiaries. From her face, we could tell she’d been through very tough times. Kenya: A little cash changes lives in Qaraa Halima Abdi Noor has not seen her husband for the last three months. He has gone with the few animals the family has left towards the Kenyan-Ethiopian border, in search of food and water for them. Kenya: No more trekking and a chance to go to school I met Zeinab Abdikadir as she was watering her family’s goats with her father at a Mercy Corps water storage tank in Bilil Burbur. She caught my attention because, at just nine years old, she was completely focused on her work.