Gastroenteritis and me #perouskenya

This is my last post from Kenya. Four days ago I was diagnosed with a severe case of Gastroenteritis. I spent that morning being examined by doctors and having every blood test under the sun to determine what I had. I then spent the next four days in a medicine...
Rivers filled with waste and poison #perouskenya

Rivers filled with waste and poison #perouskenya

In Mukuru, bags of human poo are called ‘flying toilets’ because people tend to use them at home and, once it’s dark, they go outside and throw them as far as they can. At first I found myself wondering how people could bring themselves to poo in a...
Kingston, Eric and recycled plastic #perouskenya

Kingston, Eric and recycled plastic #perouskenya

Today we visited a different part of Mukuru, an area called Kingston. We went to meet Eric, a youth group leader and operations manager of an Oxfam-funded recycling plant.  I was struck by Eric’s passion for the project and its goals, how much he cares...
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