kibera slum Nairobi demysfied

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demysfied kibera slum nairobi Jun 04, 2011
international NGOs and others had give the slum kibera in nairobi a large than real myrth about kibera being the largest slum in Africa.

this myrth have been twice demysfied by the UNPD/Habitant report 2009 and the Kenya govevent national cencius 2009 which results were published in 2010.

by population the slum was toured to host over 2 million poor people.

fact establish by both above reports qoute populatios at 200,000 thousand people in informal settlement

the goverment cencuis report establish this and give more details saying most of the are economic immigrants to the city.

ther are the landlords and owners if the govervent/ un habitant built permanent housing estate across in lanagata and have rented the said houses at an average monthly income of low of 18,0000.00 kshs{ 230 US$ PER MONTH

thie has been a cashcow for NGOS to attract donnor funds

statiscally there are over sixteen thousand ACTIVE ngo,/cob,s actively alledged wrking and raisig funds for the poor in Kebera. this means every 15 people are accredated to an NGO.

THIS HAS BEEN A FRAUD AS THE LIVE ARE NOT IMPROVED AND THEY ARE PAID TO LIVE IN THIS DE HUMANISIND DEPLOBLE CONDATIONS FOR GAIN 40 us$ per month to maintain the status quo.

there are even travel agenys/tour operators specializing in povery tours in kibera.

the local polotics also contribute as this are the brooding/breeding groungs for hired goods and professional hecllers for their political rallies in the capital city Nairobi.

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