Kenya’s population is becoming increasingly urban; more than half of Nairobi’s residents live in informal settlements (slums) plagued by cramped living conditions and poor access to basic services.
StoryEconomics Poverty POVERTY ALLEVIATION POLICY INFLUENCERegionKenyaSouth of Sahara
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