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20110401 Urban waste recycling in Nairobi

Showcasing two recycling programmes implemented by Oxfam and local NGOs in Nairobi's urban slums.

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20110401 Urban waste recycling in Nairobi

  1. 1. Recycling waste in Nairobi’s urban slums A Pecha Kucha presentation (20 slides for 20 seconds) to the Internal Communications Team from Virgin Media Group at Oxfam House 01 March 2011 by Chris Wardle Oxfam’s Funding Coordinator for Kenya and Uganda
  2. 2. Home Photo: Andy Hall
  3. 3. Another day at the office Photo: Linda Ogwell /Oxfam
  4. 4. Recycling number two Photo: Andy Hall
  5. 5. Gathering Photo: Nahashon Muremi
  6. 6. Working with joy Photo: Nahashon Muremi
  7. 7. Destination Photo: Linda Ogwell/Oxfam
  8. 8. Faith Photo: Linda Ogwell/Oxfam “ The plastics recycling plant will greatly boost our income and create employment for young people in our slum thereby reducing the number of unemployed youth who idle around and can be easily lured into crime.”
  9. 9. Hope Photo: Linda Ogwell/Oxfam “ After sorting the garbage, we sell the plastics to middlemen who in turn take them to the manufacturers; however they exploit us because they know that we are desperate. This project will eliminate them from the equation and we will get our goods worth”
  10. 10. Dignity Photo: Linda Ogwell/Oxfam “ Choosing Mukuru as the site for the plant has restored our confidence and hope that the youth in Mukuru have not been forgotten. We have been given a chance to prove that we are not just about idling, receiving handouts or being involved in crime.”
  11. 11. Empowerment Photo: Linda Ogwell/Oxfam “ Once we set up the plant, we will buy plastics at a good price, then wash, pallet and mould for sale to manufactures. The profits from this will be shared out equally by the groups. Later on, we hope to have the youth directly operating the machines . ”
  12. 12. Joint planning and mentoring Photo: Nahashon Muremi
  13. 13. Community ownership Photo: Paul Muchire
  14. 14. Bottomless pit? Photo: Paul Muchire
  15. 15. Alternative energy Photo: Paul Muchire
  16. 16. A firm foundation Photo: Paul Muchire
  17. 17. Accessable, multi-use facility Photo: Paul Muchire “ Our path ways will no longer be littered with human waste, we will now have a nearby toilet for everyone including the children and women who experience problems especially at night when they can't walk to the toilets that are far away. In addition, we can have our community meetings in the meeting room”
  18. 18. Pride of work Photo: Paul Muchire “ This is an innovative and practical initiative geared towards improving water and sanitation conditions within the informal settlements, giving alternative green and clean energy sources, as well as addressing social-economic needs of the people, an example of a best practice . ”
  19. 19. Health and safety Photo: Paul Muchire “ I am always afraid to walk a long distance to the toilet, but now we will have one nearby and am happy with that. We will also have water so I don’t have to walk far away when my mum sends me.”
  20. 20. Contact information Chris Wardle Funding Coordinator for Kenya and Uganda Office: 01865 47 2344 Mobile: 0754 764 3944 [email_address] [email_address] Online at Skype, Yammer, facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, SlideShare: < cjwardle >

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