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Christian Als
The Odongo Family eating breakfast in the house. Clockwise from left are Lavenda, Naomi, Meshak, Michelle, Augustin Odongo, Cynthia, Eunice and Clarissa. Homes in Kibera are made out of corrugated tin, mud, cardboard and plastic and consist of one room that serves as a kitchen, living room and bedroom. Most homes are about 3 metres by 3 metres with an average of five people living in them.

Series: Kibera - The Shadow City
Digital
42x28
06.11.2008
Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya

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