An unmistakeable sign of the poverty endured by the families along the coast is the basic palm leaf huts that are their houses.
These primitive one-room shelters where families must cook, eat and sleep together, are liable to leak whenever it rains, reducing the bare earth floors to muddy puddles.
FEAST has helped to improve the lives of many families by building proper houses which protect them from the monsoon rains that lash the coastline. It also provides shelter and sanctuary for some of the communities’ most vulnerable people – the lepers
£1500 can build a simple house and transform a family’s life