She walks in grace withe her children besides her.
Raw sewage openly flowing in Kibera slums, Nairobi, home to a mother of two who was married at 16 years old and later divorced. Kibera is second largest slum in Africa with widespread Gender Based Violence (GBV) and early marriages. Residents have minimal access to basic needs including; housing, water and food.
A cute, happy girl smile during a break in school.
Children from Genesis Joy a school in Mathare slums,Nairobi,Kenya play during breaktime. In 2003 Kenya followed its neighbours Ethiopia, Tanzania, Uganda and Malawi in introducing free and compulsory primary education for all, the response from the public as well as international donors was overwhelming. UNICEF figures show that by 2006, the number of children enrolled in Kenya's 18,000 primary schools had doubled, and that now almost 80 percent of girls and boys are enrolled. And according to UN Development Programme figures, the overall literacy rate has shot up to 74 percent.
Portrait of an old Maasai warrior
Residents of Kibera Slums walk on a path in the outskirts of the slum.
Portrait of and elderly Maasai man