United Nations to the Rescue
About the Book
Resuscitating Kenya is a narration of the events following the disputed general election of December 2007 in Kenya, from a child’s perspective. Using the analogy and terminology of a health-care system, the author explains the events that degenerated into chaos and violence, claiming the lives of many and displacing others from their homes. It was a response to the depressing images and information that populated both local and international media during the two months of emotional distress in Kenya.
About the Author
Florence Akumu Juma is a Ministry Associate based in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. She has worked with children of diverse age groups and backgrounds since the age of sixteen both as a teacher and a minister. Florence moved to Canada in 1998 with her family and continued sharing her resources in ministry. Florence is married to Francis Juma Ogeke; they have five daughters, Flavia, Fanis, Foyo, Faith, and Flora; two sons-in-law, Raymond Sargeant and Justin Radstake; and five grandchildren, Quinton, Quiana, Keniah and Xavier Sargeant, and Izaka Radstake.