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Reading culture rises

Reading culture rises

Not many children in the slums read story books when they are young due to lack of means. But you can find more and more opportunities to grab a book when you are interested. There is a community library in Majengo slums, or you find them second hand on the market  where you can exchange them […]

Mobile gaming on the rise

No matter age, gender or class, we all like to play mobile games, because it is easy available. You can play the games everywhere on your cellphones. Most fans are kids. How is the parents opinion about gaming? Your reporter for African Slum Journal is Peris Wairimu.

Children playing

Playing is a important part of learning. Running outside, playing on the computer, creating things or making theatre. It all helps to develop childrens minds physically and mentally. Your reporters for African Slum Journal are Milan Kamau from Mukuru, Benjamin Sidori from Majengo and Issa Mbatia from LungaLunga slums.

Nani kama mama

‘Nani kama mama – Who is like the mother’ is a Swahili saying about how important our mother is in our lives. Also in the slums of Nairobi mothers are respected for their devotion towards their children. With the love from their mothers many people in the slums have grown to be responsible and successful […]

Crazy about soccer

The love for soccer, it all starts on dusty grounds with a ball made from waste plastic bags and ropes. Soccer keeps children from scavenging the dumpsites. Also girls are good in the field, and soccer is good for their self esteem. Your reporters  for African Slum Journal are Musa, Eriss and Peris.

Street children

Chokora is the swahili name for the street children in Nairobi. Odhis, a young boy, tells us about living in the streets. ‘Some of us have fled the poverty at home, others are born here and have no family. We beg for food or scavenge around, collecting scraps for a few Ksh. It is cold, […]

Children to school

For a child from the slums going to school is a big challenge. Parents search for better schools, but children from the slums have to walk extra miles, cross dangerous roads or have to hustle to get on the bus. Matatu touts do not want to take the risks of taking children alone. Razia from […]