Images: 8 (City - Nairobi)

MARIGUINE IN MUKURU SLUM
Boy playing with toy car
Photographer: Njuguna,James
MARIGUINE IN MUKURU SLUM
Children walking to school. Judy (girl in foreground) and her family have lived in the same room since they moved to Mariguine. Originally a shack with four rooms, shared with other families, their living quarters shrunk several years ago when the landlord converted it to eight rooms. Then, in 2004, a fire destroyed the entire settlement, including their shack and possessions.
Photographer: Kush,Laban Kuria
CHILDREN IN NAIROBI
Older boys in Buru Buru, Nairobi walking home together.
Photographer: Mbatia,Teresa
CHILDREN IN NAIROBI
Children walking with their parents/guardians in a low income neighborhood in Nairobiís Kayole estate. The picture signifies the lack of independent mobility compared to their counterparts in the middle income areas.
Photographer: Mbatia,Teresa
CHILDREN IN NAIROBI
Young girls playing outside their homes in the middle income residential area in Buru Buru, Nairobi.
Photographer: Mbatia,Teresa
CHILDREN IN NAIROBI
Teenage boys standing outside their school in a low income neighborhood. Privately run schools such as this in low income neighborhoods donít adhere to any standards or regulations physically, environmentally or academically. Children from such schools have reduced education expectations, standards and potentials.
Photographer: Mbatia,Teresa
MARIGUINE IN MUKURU SLUM
Girl drinking water from a public stand pipe in Mukuru Slum.
Photographer: Kush,Laban Kuria
MAPPING ACCESS TO WATER IN KOROGOCHO SLUM
The project, Waters for Korogocho, was funded by the Children, Youth & Envrionment Center, as a pilot focused on mapping water sources in the Korogocho slum, Nairobi, Kenya.
Photographer: Ragan,Doug