Monthly Archives: September 2011

Water shortage in Kibera.

With the opening of the Nairobi International Trade Fair by the president on 26 September 2011 it was a delight to the people in Nairobi and Kenya atlarge but in Kibera its comes with its disadvantages the major one being … Continue reading

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Kibera; Sitting on a time bomb whose explosion waits

Having taken time to see, listen to people talk, watch in the news and follow all those tweets about the Sinai Slums tragedy, I sat back and thought what if/how different would it have been in Kibera if this was … Continue reading

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Insecurity in Kibera

Just a month ago, Police hunted down and killed a gang of thieves in two occasions. They were all youth and were killed for stealing property from the public. Insecurity is one of things that has been on the lips … Continue reading

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Poverty is the daily and familiar song that is sang by people living below average/under a dollar a day. The word poverty is defined differently,from one person,community or party to  another  based on their geographical positions and the environment in … Continue reading

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    What started as a four day conference somewhere in California 25 years ago with a devotion to Ideas Worth Spreading (TED), has managed to grow to support those world-changing ideas with multiple initiatives. TEDx, a program of local, … Continue reading

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Back to School In Kenya most of the schools are opening. Both from primary and Secondary, Private and Public schools. This is not an exception here in Kibera many pupils have been spotted here and there with backpacks heading back … Continue reading

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One  can only excel academically after developing  positive attitude and being optimistic towards academics, however ,in  most African societies setup, most girls are neglected when it comes to education . When the family is poor, focus tends to be directed … Continue reading

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Illegal brew in Kibera

Illegel brew is one thing if you walked through Kibera mostly the Laini-Saba areas you will not fail to notice. Just a year after the death of 20 people from Kibera, 9 people in Shauri Moyo and more than 50 … Continue reading

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