Category Archives: Lighting and power in Kibera
Hi Quinter, We really enjoyed speaking with you and learning about your life in Kibera, thanks for being our teacher. Good Luck with football and your upcoming exam! Thank You again, -Emily, Shamus, and Emma
Hi, I am Quinter Atieno. I am ten years old. I am a student at Red-rose school in class five. I love dancing and singing. I live with my mother, my two brothers and a sister. I am the third … Continue reading
Hello again, thanks for your response. Now that we understand more of the hazards and dangers of electricity, we were wondering what source of energy do you cook your meals? We would also like to know what businesses and shops … Continue reading
This is major problem because their children can not read well without electricity. Few people do access power but because of poverty we do not. If I have power in my house, I will give it to my neighbor. The wires … Continue reading
Hello! We are all students from St. Lawrence, and are very excited to blog with you and learn about yourselves and Kibera. We are all 19 and sophomores. Hi, I’m Emily Merrifield, and I’m the one in the picture wearing … Continue reading
These three students are reporting on lighting and power in Kibera: Emily, Emma K and Shamus.