The photos below are photos taken in the street of Kibera from 1st to 15th May 2015.
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A child moving from one class to another clasroom after their school was demolished by Kenya Railways Construcors to pave way for Railay line construction.
A man caries a child as her wife caries ater jericans, I might not know where they are from or heading to but hat I know this family is happy.
A man knon as chomelea carie his material tools at his back
A woman lightening fire to fry fish at Gatwikera near Kamukunji grounds in Kibera slum
A young boy looking at two women selling roten maize, he maight not know what the conversation is all about but he undusternds the sweetness of maize.
Cilabeez, an artist from Kibera slums during Sauti Ya Mtaa artist photo shoot.
Following the rain which took place on Monday last week, there was a flood everywhere in the capital city of Kenya including Kibera slums. A man whatchs as his colleague drains water.
Gor Mahia fun making a call
It is said action speacks louder than words, the man telling his words through action.
It seems like in Kibera business booms at night, this why Baba mutura is surrounded by his customers.
Kibra Member of Parliament listening to one of the residents during his tour on Monday 11th May 2015. This was his first tour in the area since he was elected as the area member of parliament on 3rd March 2013 post
There is business competition in Kibera but mostly in Kibera where you cant walk three miters without seeing a similar business along the street.
This young boy was swimming at one of the rivers in Langatta, just a neighboring to Kibera. This river was made by constructors who used to work at Southern Bypass.
Young boy looking at street as rain is about to drop.