Facing marine pollution and unemployment, Julie Church a marine conservationist born and bred in Kenya, started a company that collects discarded flip-flops from beaches and transforms them into animal sculptures. Our reporter Ursula Akinyi visited Ocean Sole Kenya to bring us the story.
The earth is covered 71% by water, yet water shortage and rationing in Nairobi Estates that lasts for months has forced water companies to come up with more innovative ways to provide the residents with this precious commodity. Our reporter Vivian Awour visited Mathare slums for their famed water ATM.
To Shehzana Anwar archery is not just a sport but a passion endorsed by the Prophets . And as she prepares to participate in the Rio 2016 Olympics, she hopes for nothing but the best. As she shoots for the stars, African Slum Journal wishes her all the best.
Sports’ betting has grown in leaps and bounds absorbing Kenyans into yearning and hoping for quick rich schemes. The promotional offers in the media and rise of casinos helps to maintain the gambling mentality for those who get the predictions right reaping big as the rest continue betting. Our reporter Bernard visited some of the […]
Your reporter Vincent Liboso shows you the places you should never miss to visit when you are in Nairobi-Kenya.
In April 2015, Kenya experienced one of the deadliest terrorist attacks that claimed the loss of 148 lives of students and staff at Garissa University College mostly christians. African Slum Journal visits one of the survivors, who takes us through the ordeal, and how she is coping with the situation.Your reporter is Vivian Awour.
In slums Riding a bicycle is a easy as renting because most of the people living in the slums can’t afford to buy new bicycle and this has helped many slum dwellers to know how to ride bicycle. Join Irene Kibet as she takes you through this exciting journal.