Category Archives: Transport and communication in Kibera

Asante Sana

Thank you so much for your responses. We really enjoyed hearing from you. I hope you learned a little about our culture as well. Enjoy then end of your school year and good luck on your exams!   -Erin, Brandon, … Continue reading

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1. What type of cars do your parents drive? Ridhwan- My father drives a Subaru and my mother doesn’t drive. Diana- My father does not own a car, he’s just a tailor 2. Do your friends carpool with your parent? … Continue reading

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Transport and communication

Hi my name is Ridhwan. 1. How do your parents charge their cell phones? – You know in our country, when you buy a phone you must get a charger and if you do not have one for charging, you … Continue reading

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Thank You

Thank you for your responses! We are also willing to answer any questions you may have for us. We are also interested in knowing how your parents charge their cell phones, and if fixed line phones are used more fequently … Continue reading

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TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION

My name is Diana Akinyi I am the one on the right. I live in Kibera. I learn in Red-Rose Children’s Centre. I am in class five. I have one sister and two step brothers. I live with my father. … Continue reading

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Greetings from St. Lawrence University

Hello our names are Brandon Kenny (pictured on the right), Erin Milette(on the left), and Nozomi Fujita(in the middle). We go to school at St. Lawrence University. Right now, we are studying about the natural environment of Kenya in our … Continue reading

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Students reporting on transport and communication in Kibera are:

These three students will be reporting on transport and communication in Kibera: Brandon, Erin and Nozomi.

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