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Women bear the brunt of problems.[1]

Kibera is a slum in southwest Nairobi, Kenya. It is often called the biggest slum in Africa.[2] Most people in Kibera don't have running water or electricity. Kibera has thirteen villages. It is a very poor slum and has very bad conditions.

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  1. Bridging the Urban Divide, UN-HABITAT, 2010, p. 43
  2. Amelie Desgroppes Sophie Taupin