As a football player, cyclist and skilled taxi driver Ibrahim Wafula has one leg, but knows no limits. At an age of 7 years he lost one of his legs in a car accident. Coming from a poor family it was not so common that his mother stimulated him to play like any abled person. Now he is an […]
In the countryside, 300 km from Nairobi, we meet David, his two wives and their six children. David tells us about his polygamy marriage with his two wives. He loves his wives as he love all his children. And divides favors equally, otherwise there is no peace around. His wives also seem comfortable with the situation, although Caroline, first […]
‘Changing faces in Dandora’. We speak with Sylvan Ayiecha, chairman of Tunawiri Self Help Group. Dandora has the name of the biggest dumpsite in the world, but it is time to make a change. Instead of idling around, the youth are volunteering to clean their spaces in the neighborhoods. They clean trenches, paint the houses, gates and schoolyards in fresh […]
Urban farming brings food and money it has brought life in Kibera. With a fast rising population in Nairobi, the demand for more and better food is growing tremendously. Still, many people from rural areas come to the city because they don’t want to farm. They think farming is something for old people, but there’s money in farming. Knowledge is […]
If you are a talents in sports it can give you a great opportunity for a good education. Exploring youth sports talents can bring them a scholarship for a good high school or even university. Like Kevin Kerore, strong, 16 years old and since he was 9 years a a disciplined and promising rugby talent. […]
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