Kibera, Nairobi

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Kibera Slum, Covid-19 sensitization with Mutual Aid Kenya, 30/03/2020

We had a sensitization program in Kibera working with a grass roots NGO Feminist for Peace, Rights & Justice centre. They were able to mobilize for us the community around Kisumu Ndogo. We sensitized them on effects of Covid-19 and how to keep safe and hygienic during the pandemic and what precautions to take and also a pad drive for women and girls.

It really is sad and very heart-breaking, to see what’s really happening to majority of Kenyans with the bare minimum


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