Amnesty International wants informal settlements to be included in the Nairobi Master Plan, so that water and sanitation needs and other services can be planned for. Country director Justus Nyang'aya says the needs of the 60% of Nairobi residents living in the slums are yet to be prioritized.
Kenya: Amnesty International Wants Slums Included in Master Plan
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