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On set in Dandora – capturing life and leadership in the slum

On set in Dandora – capturing life and leadership in the slum

Imagine this scene: Dandora, nicknamed “the dark side of Nairobi”, one of the Kenyan capital’s most notorious slums. The largest dumping site in Kenya with a size comparable to Hyde Park in London. Pigs, street dogs, storks and even humans wade through the trash looking for eatable leftovers. The toxic waste pollutes the ground, water and air. … Continue reading

Hope, and doubt, south of the Sahara. My top 3 challenges for the region’s leadership

Hope, and doubt, south of the Sahara. My top 3 challenges for the region’s leadership

The view on sub-Saharan Africa is changing. No longer do stories of tribal wars, starving children and endemic diseases dominate the updates from the region. A new, more hopeful and optimistic picture is emerging; a reality of solid GDP-growth, more widely practiced reasonably free and fair elections, and a wealth of natural resources that range … Continue reading