Walk down nearly any street in any region of Kenya and you will see children effected by poverty. Here are a few of those children:
Children passing time on the streets of the Soweto Slum in Nairobi.
A young girl stands in front of a shack within the massive Kibera Slum, home to an estimated 1–2 million poverty-stricken Africans.
A boy outside of a make-shift shelter in the Kakuma Refugee Camp.
A boy on the outskirts of the Kibera Slum as workers dig sewage ditches in the background.
Sisters in front of a shack in an impoverished section of Kogelo.
A girl wears a plastic trash bag to protect herself from a rain storm on the streets of the Kakuma Refugee Camp.
A boy takes care of his sister on the streets of the Kibera Slum.
A boy searches for food in Nairobi's largest trash dump site.
A refugee watches as food aid is given out during a famine in the Kakuma Refugee Camp.
AIDS orphans on the streets of a slum area outside of Nairobi.
A girl cooks food on the streets of the Kibera Slum in Nairobi.