‘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.
Our reporter Vivian Awuor brings you an inspiring story of Josephat Mwangi, a matatu driver and James Njau, a conductor whose daily routine involves picking and dropping passengers with disability along Waiyaki way.
Maisha Collective is a peer- driven initiative that fosters leadership and business management skills through the design and production of unique hand-dyed scarves and textiles. Ursula Akinyi our reporter spent time with them to bring you this story.
Environmental issues in Kenya include deforestation, soil erosion, desertification, water shortage and degraded water quality, flooding, poaching, and domestic and industrial pollution. Green Kenya is using sports as a tool to reach young people and teach them the importance of conserving the environment. Our reporter Jimmy Kitiro spent time with them to bring you this story.
Sam was born and raised in Korogocho slums, growing up, Sam engaged in criminal activities. Now, a reformed criminal he runs an initiative with a group of transformed youth from the slum who out of past hard life experiences have seen the need to give back to the community in a humble way. “Your clothes” initiative targets the vulnerable children, widows, single mothers […]
Steve Biko, a first-born in a family of four, was born and raised in up in Huruma. Biko is a spoken word artist and fondly referred as G- cho pevu. For Steve a beautiful voice he chose poetry as a medium of communication and to pass information to the people, this is the art of […]
Eastleigh, also known as small Mogadishu, is famously known for it’s large market for clothes and footwear. Yahya is a young Ethiopian entrepreneur who runs an Ethiopian restaurant, in the heart of Eastleigh. Our reporter Nelson Asienwa spent time with Yahya to bring us this report.