Environment

KIAMAIKO AGAIN

May 16, 2014
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KIAMAIKO AGAIN

Kiamaiko is known by many to host many refugees from Ethiopia and Somali both registered and unregistered. On the other hand a day will not end without seeing Lorries flocking in from different parts of the country carrying goats and sheep that are to be slaughtered. Kiamaiko is said to be the biggest goat/sheep...

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The Traffic Jam

December 4, 2013
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THE TRAFFFIC JAM. People will find it so good to reach to their place of work,at home or daily duties in time, but traffic jam has become a problem and this has seen many people loss opportunities like jobs, flights, ceremonies or good deals Traffic jam in major cities of Kenya that is Nairobi,...

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WARD REP IN A clean up

July 23, 2013
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WARD REP IN A clean up

  Cleanliness knows no position and everybody should be involved in cleaning his community. The hospital ward representative Mr Ochola was not left out when cleaning was going on in his ward.those involved were members of the Kenya Red cross, members of  the community The following are pictures illustrating the clean up in hospital...

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HOUSE BURNT DOWN

July 18, 2013
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HOUSE BURNT DOWN

Electric fault, bursting of stove while cooking, candles left carelessly, explosion of cooking gas and arson are some of the causes of fire in Mathare. it was just a day like the other days, but this one seems to be a nightmare to this woman “mama Scovia” who is a single mother of  three...

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PEOPLE DOING BUSINESS ALONG THE ROAD

June 13, 2013
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PEOPLE DOING BUSINESS ALONG THE ROAD

Community members are using new pavements along Juja Road in a way the authorities may not have anticipated. The pavements – or sidewalks – were constructed for pedestrians’ use and to reduce accidents. But business men and women have decided to use them as stalls and market place. They are bringing their products near...

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TRAINING ON CAPACITY BUILDING

May 8, 2013
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TRAINING ON CAPACITY BUILDING

The workshop begun by a word of prayer in both Muslim and Christian, later county Director for Global Peace Foundation (GPF) Mr. Daniel Juma officially launched and declared the workshop open. He later gave a brief introduction and overview of the objectives, mission and vision of GPF. Other stakeholders in attendance were WV(World Vision),KWMA(Kariobangi...

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Dangers Of Open Drainages

April 26, 2013
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Dangers Of Open Drainages

During this rainy season the sewers have busted and are flowing all over the area as they mix with rain water and children go playing with the water as they think its rain water. In most hospital in mathare you will find them being diagnosed with dysentery, cholera, typhoid, flu and some other diseases....

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FLOODING A DISASTER

April 24, 2013
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FLOODING A DISASTER

Floods in Kenya are a natural and frequent occurring event affecting thousands of people. Kenyans are at risk of flooding in their homes, at work and while traveling. Flooding normally cause widespread disruption to commercial and agricultural activities and damages resulting to millions of shillings. Over the past few weeks rainfall has been experienced...

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Youths Creating Employment For Themselves

April 4, 2013
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Youths Creating Employment For Themselves

Youths in Mathare came up with an initiative where they started creating employment on their own after they saw that the government is not providing them with jobs. The idea in mind was to start garbage collection in areas they live.  The government started registering youth groups under the ministry of youth affairs and...

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SLUM CHILDREN MAKING MONEY FROM WASTE

March 30, 2013
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SLUM CHILDREN MAKING MONEY FROM WASTE

Due to difficult living standards within the slums many associates themselves with different activities in order to meet their daily necessities . In Mathare its even worse , which has lead to child exploitation , as you can see school dropouts walking around garbage disposal areas , in search of recyclable waste which they...

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