As an example, these are some photos we took while walking around Korah 11 months ago. The conditions were terrible then, with people pretty much making homes out of anything they could find in the dump.
Just imagine for a moment, that is all that you have. A tiny little shack built out of garbage. But it provides shelter at least. Then imagine that tiny little bit of shelter that you had, being taken from you. It just makes me sick to even think about! These photos below are courtesy of Pastor Tesfaye's FB page. (Pastor Tesfaye grew up in Korah and is now devoting his life to serving the people of Korah. He's built an incredible ministry impacting these families!)
You see, the government came in and bulldozed a portion of Korah, leaving over 200 families completely homeless with absolutely NOTHING left. These families have zero resources so they've been left completely stranded. It just breaks me to even try and comprehend it.
Some of the families have been able to seek shelter at A Heart for Korah which is where Pastor Tesfaye works (he's pictured below sitting in the pink shirt and glasses). It's a tiny little compound stuffed full of people right now as Pastor Tesfaye works as quickly as he can to help all these people rebuild homes. I'm sure it is an incredible burden as they try to feed and house these people in such a tiny space.