At the end of my trip through Asia and Africa, I had the opportunity to visit Kibera slum in Nairobi, Kenya, where I spent a couple of days with the slum's residents.Read more...
The schools are made for children of the slum who cannot afford to pay for a public school. I was able to observe a couple of lessons in math, English and Swahili, and I was very impressed by theRead more...
The biggest problem I’m seeing is that these people have to work way too much in order to be able to do their much more important jobs as teachers and providers of food for the kids.Read more...
I know I’m not the first person trying to do something to improve the situation in Africa’s biggest slum. But I also know that there are many corrupt organizations and individuals who became millionaires by exploiting Kibera.Read more...