Tags » Slum

The day I went to a Favela in Rio de Janeiro.

As I said before, I just went to Brazil and I loved absolutely everything about it; the food, the people, the beaches, everything. I had a pretty good luck and won the airplane tickets to South America, we choose Brazil and my parents came along. 931 more words


Share The Word Project #5 Cairo

A selection of my best photographies from Cairo, while working on the 5th episode of our Share The Word Project in the slum of Mazarita :


Some comments from parents about our center

At Wale Wale Kenya our days are always busy and often a little crazy. It is rare that we take the time to reflect on what we do on a deeper level. 218 more words


Meet an intern: Fredrik Sundqvist

About three months ago I arrived to Kenya and Kibera to begin my Internship at Wale Wale Kenya. For months I had been planning for this and was very excited to finally arrive. 439 more words

Wale Wale Kenya

Meet the Youths: Don Wilson

In our day to day life we face many challenges in the slums of Kibera, especially as young teenagers. I would say that it is the teenagers that are being affected the worst by the conditions in the slums. 308 more words

Wale Wale Kenya

A mother is too poor to help her son

Can anyone sponsor this woman? She currently lives in a slum, though we are trying to find her a better place to live. Her son suffered from typhoid as a child and consequently is now paralysed; he cannot walk or stand. 31 more words

Opposite Ends of the Spectrum: Part 1

Today’s blog post is also brought to you by…(surprise) Gwen Stefani and “Baby Don’t Lie.” This is precisely what happens when you have a whole two songs downloaded onto your laptop and wifi access is like asking for snow on Christmas in Tampa. 613 more words

Spring 2015