Kenya's slums recycle poo to improve sanitation

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In Kenya, like many emerging economies with fast-growing cities, public spending on sanitation lags far behind need. More than 8 million people live in slums, and 70% of them do not have access to toilets. Various companies are working on creating sustainable and cost-effective solutions to this problem.

Georgina lives in Mukuru, a slum in Nairobi. Currently, she shares a dry toilet with four other families.
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Kenya
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kenya, slum, waste