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Mombasa County Slums

Without a good, solid education, it is impossible to have any realistic chance of succeeding in life. Ignorance and Illiteracy are two of the most detrimental conditions that humankind can find itself in. The target for vision 2030 is to ensure that, by 2015, children everywhere, boys and girls alike, will be able to complete a full course of primary schooling. Kenya …

Siaya County Slums

The introduction of free primary education has led to an increase in the number of children accessing primary education-40% of children who complete primary school do not transition to high school due to few spaces in high school and lack of school fees. Out of those who transition to high school only 20% are admitted into college.Slum Hug initiative [SHI] …

Nyalenda Slums In Kisumu Kenya

Demand for safe water has been on a steady increase since 2005 in Kisumu District. According to Kisumu Water and Sewerage Company, the daily demand for water in Kisumu Municipality has increased from 18,000 cubic metres in 2005 to 40,000 in 2010. However, Nyalenda residents water requirements has not matched supply thus leading to 15% increase of reported deaths as …

Kibera Slums In Nairobi Kenya

There are approximatly 2.5 million slum dwellers in about 200 settlements in Nairobi representing 60% of the Nairobi population and occupying just 6% of the land. Kibera houses about 250,000 of these people. Kibera is the biggest slum in Africa and one of the biggest in the world. Land Ownership The Government owns all the land. 10% of people are …