I have done this report in Kibera (the most populated slum of Nairobi, in Kenya) in July 2009. It was my first time on the African continent, so I had a lot of prejudices that Westerners and Europeans usually have. I had well planned my report, around four months before leaving. That’s how I passed three weeks in Kibera, staying with the locals in order to make my own opinion about their difficulties (social, hygienic, ethnic, cultural…).
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