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4 years ago

Famous Slums of Nairobi

Kibera

Found in Lang’ata, the slum is believed to be second largest in Africa after Soweto in South Africa. Kibera has a lot of residents that continue to live in desparet conditions. Housing is poor and the families have to share a single room and more worse when they are large in number. Criminal activity is quite high indicating that security is a major challenge to the people. The government has taken steps to ensure that the living conditions of the residents are improved and that everyone enjoys good life.

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4 years ago

Location Of Kibera Slum In Kenya- The Largest Urban Slum In Africa And The World

Kibera slum in Kenya is the biggest urban slum dwelling in Africa and one of Continue reading ...


4 years ago

Roads In Nairobi With The Heaviest Traffic Jam During Peak Hours

Nairobi, Kenya’s capital is best known for traffic and congestion, mainly in the morning and at peak hours in the evenings. This issue of traffic jams and congestion in Kenya is what led to Nairobi being classified as the second worst city to live and drive in all over the world. This is according to a report in Kenya that was released earlier this year. Apparently, the issue of traffic jams seems not to be getting a proper solution any time soon from the government of Kenya. The city of Nairobi is already congested with residential premises, businesses and commercial centers. Most ro  Continue reading ...


4 years ago

Residential Housing Along Jogoo Road Nairobi

With the ever rising population in Nairobi City, proper housing is becoming more elusive by the day. More shanties and ramshackles are coming up in Nairobi and sprawling further over time. Kibera slum in Nairobi, the largest urban slum in Africa, houses over 170,000 people according to the 2009 Kenyan Population Census. However, the numbers go as high as 500,000 people depending on which Nairobi slums are included when defining Kibera slum in Kenya. All these Nairobi residents in Kibera slum are confined in a rather small area, and as such have little or no access to basic services such as   Continue reading ...