Women work on matatu

ASJ 39-AnnTo get food on the table women in Nairobi, Kenya, increasingly do what used to be a man’s job. Like Ann Kang’oroti who is working as a matatu conductress. A rough job in which little respect is show to a woman. ‘Through this job I can give my child an education. I learned to drive, how to handle clients and I got computer courses. The rough part are the occasional encounters with carjackers’. Your reporter for African Slum Journal is Eriss Khajira.

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