Kenyans have been clearing up after post-election violence in which more than 300 people died.
There was widespread destruction as opposition supporters accused President Mwai Kibaki of rigging the election.
As the violence subsides, local people have been trying to salvage what they can from the ruins.
Even churches have not been spared in the clashes.
Some of the worst violence was in western Kenya, where tens of thousands have been forced to flee their homes.
At least 180,000 people have been displaced by the violence throughout the country.
With many shops still closed, people are buying food by the roadside.
There is still a strong police presence, although mass opposition rallies have failed to materialise.