|They eat dirt. This was one of the more depressing days for me. I came from a Rotary meetings with some of the elite of Liberian society into the neighborhoods where people eat dirt to sustain themselves.|
|The roll the clay into logs.|
|This is a picture of a pit that they get the clay to eat from.|
|They then cook the clay.|
|This girl's mom makes her living selling cooked clay.|
|Nice, warm beer anyone? Heineken and a local beer on sale in a metal wheelbarrow. It was 95 degrees out.|
|Chicken for sale on the street.|
|Fish for sale.|
|This is a woman harvesting the fish. They pull them out of the mud.|
|Unfortunately, the mud she is pulling the fish from is just downhill from this trash heap.|
|They also eat duck and chicken. One family we gave a water system to blessed us with a chicken. We drove home with a live chicken in our car.|
This is part of a series that I wrote showing the mission trip I took to Liberia.
I divided the subjects into individual pages, for ease of use.
Here are a few articles that I wrote upon my return: