The Ngara project is only 17% complete but has so far generated 650 direct jobs for artisans.
The place names of Nairobi’s informal settlements offer a glimpse into the realities of people who live there.
The main reason for the growth of the informal water market is government failure to deliver adequate public services.
A study in Kenya found that that there’s an association between relatively higher economic status and obesity in a slum setting.
Despite increased global awareness about poor conditions in slums, the health of their inhabitants is a little studied phenomenon.
For most women, participating in the labour force is dependent on whether they have adequate child care they can rely on.