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  • SMALLEST LIBRARY REVAMPED

    To have a permanent library has been a dream for so long for the Founder Cyril Peter Otieno. But now The Smallest Library Africa has two library rooms, an office and a toilet. Jimmy Kitiro attended the launch and here is the story.

  • YOGA FITNESS

    William Wabura, a resident from Majengo slum has been teaching yoga for seven years.  Yoga an ancient art, which originated from India has helped him maintain physical, mental, and spiritual balance.  Our reporter Allan brings you this story.

  • OPERATION KARIBU

    Operation Karibu seeks to make pregnancy and childbirth safe for mothers in rural Kenya by providing baby clothes to mothers who deliver in clinics. James Kahando our reporter spent time with them  to brings us this story. Read more on http://www.2020microclinic.org/

  • SLUM’S FOOTWEAR STATEMENT

     After failing to secure a formal job, David Kilonzo trained in the art of shoe making, the best all weather, all terrain African Akala shoe. Join Jimmy Kitiro our reporter as he brings you this exciting story.

  • BE BOLD FOR CHANGE

    ‘Be Bold For Change’ that was the message when African Slum Journal together with Wanny Angerer in Moving Cultures joined women to celebrate International Women’s Day. Our reporter Edinah Bakora spent time with them to bring us this story.

About us

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Nairobi Community Media House in Nairobi, Kenya produce African Slum Journal. We are creative film- and video professionals, reporters, camera- and sound operators. We visualize ideas, from concept to product. We train reporters from the slum communities. Our media house’ mission is to empower young reporters to be the voice of the community and tackle the social challenges in the slums. We create employment, support independent media and encourage development that will improve the living standards in the slums.

Nairobi Community Media House

TeamNCMHNairobi Community Media House employs a team of ten people. Filmmaker and managing director Kennedy Odhiambo cofounded the media house together with VoAMF. He was born and raised in the slum. The media house involves the local slum communities by inviting the people regularly to come to the Bunge Mtaani meetings (Parliament of the neighborhood), watch our documentaries and to discuss relevant local topics.

A Community Media House

Musa_Peris_Camera!A Community Media House, concept of VoAMF, is an organization, deeply rooted in the slum, which trains young people in film making and editing. These reporters bring out real life stories from African slums that they sell to both a local as well as to a worldwide audience. In this way a Community Media House offers young reporters a chance to build up a career and to support their families.

African Slum Journal

Dandora dumpsideAfrican Slum Journal is a  biweekly video journal which tells about the life of people living in slum communities. A weak media sector provides scope for corruption and inequality. By giving African slums a voice we strengthen the local media sector together with the people who live in the slum. Donations of the African Slum Journal are an important source of income. 

Voices of Africa Media Foundation

logo Voices of Africa Media FoundationNairobi Community Media House is supported by Voices of Africa Media Foundation who encourages talented young Africans to play an active role in reporting about their communities and pursue a career as a video reporter or editor. In order to strengthen the African media sector in a sustainable way it is important that the trained reporters are able to generate an income. Therefore Voices of Africa Media Foundation initiates and supports among others Community Media Houses.
sense-studios logoAfrican Slum Journal is also supported by Sense Studios for their webcast- and publishing platform.  

My Favorite Journal

We celebrate the making of 100 African Slum Journals! As reporters of Nairobi Community Media House we tell you about our personal favorite African Slum Journal, and about our fellow slum inhabitants whom we always portrait with care and compassion. Watch and share them all!

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Bunge Mtaani Korogocho

Is extreme poverty reduced in 2015?  The Korogocho slum residents debate on this Number 1 Millennium Goal. How far has the government and the country achieved this goal? Are there any concrete plans to reduce poverty for us? Can we feed our children and let them go to school now better than in 2000? And […]

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Bunge Mtaani Mathare

Going digital? Analogue TV sets were switched off in Nairobi on 26 dec ’13. More than 90% of the TV viewers in Nairobi were affected by the switch off. Television sets became useless in homes where owners had now yet acquired a set top box to receive digital broadcasts. The prices of the set boxes (about  Sh4,000) are […]

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Bunge Mtaani Kayole

This debate Bunge Mtaani about Living with HIV/Aids is held in the slum of Kayole, Nairobi. We speak about how we deal with the virus HIV/Aids. What are the facts. Information is everything. How to live positively, how to eat well to keep your strength, how to deal with the medication, etc.  Most important message: ‘Do […]

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Bunge Mtaani Kibera

It was a hot debate at the Bunge Mtaani screening in Kibera, Nairobi. Most of the people present say: ‘Family planning is good. Life is very difficult if you don’t plan ahead.’ Women say: ‘Men should always use protection.’ Condoms too are a way of family planning. The use of the female condom was also […]

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Bunge Mtaani Mukuru

Should slums be demolished? In Mukuru slums a court order has been set to demolish homes in Mukuru slum area and evict people who might have lived there most of their lives. Because they do not have title deeds, they cannot claim the land as theirs. Watch also the Mukuru slum Journal No Man’s land.  […]

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Bunge Mtaani Majengo

‘Does 24hr business reduce the issue of unemployment especially in the slums?’ Yes, it creates jobs for youths who then stay away of crimes. No, it attracts illegal business during the night and makes people irresponsible. In this 2nd Bunge Mtaani screening, organized by Nairobi Community Media House, Majengo residents debate the pro’s and con’s of […]

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Bunge Mtaani Dandora

Bunge Mtaani project – ‘Parliament of the street’. Once a month in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya, we screen short documentaries for an audience of one of the twenty slums that Nairobi is ‘rich’. Residents participate actively.  They raise relevant issues from the slums. After the broadcast the residents can actively have their say on these issues. The […]

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Living in the Slums

African Slum Journal creates a platform for giving the slums a voice and a face. We, young reporters from the slums tell you these captivating real life stories about situations that affect the people in the slums positively or negatively. Stories from Mukuru, the ‘valley’ dumpsite for industrial waste. Kibera, the biggest slum in Kenya. […]

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