April 18, 2017

Photo Start on Huffington Post

By Elizabeth

You Don’t Want to Miss These 5 Great Photos from Nairobi Students” by Ben Arnon

“In the slums littered around Nairobi, there are thousands of children without any place to go during the day. It’s not for lack of want, but rather lack of resources. Many children lack the opportunity to attend school, and those who are able to attend are often only able to do so during part of each month. Instead, they may be put to work, or left on the streets under the influence of gangs and other bad actors. Some of the lucky few become engaged with organizations working to protect children from these poverty-driven disasters…”

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