Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Cleaning up Africa's largest slum

An inspiring story of one young man: nineteen-year-old David Were lives in Africa's largest slum where polluted water, disease and safety are daily concerns. He tells his story in his own words.

1 comment:

  1. What is the Kenyan Government & other community members doing to make sure a place like this is kept clean? Poverty is one thing but living in an unsanitary place is totally unacceptable.We shouldn't expect the Government to clean our yards & toilets but it should at least provide support as well as equipments for the poor family. Every country needs health people to build their nations.


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