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WORST CITY - Nairobi, Kenya

Nairobi, Kenya

Population: 2,700,000

Worst Feature: Miles of Slums, Garbage & Crime

Best Feature: The Carnivore Restaurant – where you can eat crocodile or a number of other interesting game meats – it is only a rumour that “American Tourist” is on the menu.

Though not nearly as dangerous or unpleasant as some of the other African cities placed on this list, Nairobi still is not a place one should consider relocating, unless they are moving form say Gary, Indiana.

Kenya is very much a divided city, in the poorest areas the streets of Nairobi are plagued with a foul smelling sludge that turns into rivers of garbage and raw sewage during rain falls.

Of it’s over 2 and half million residents, almost 2 million of them live in squalor in the slums, and not in the modern skyscrapers of the picturesque Nairobi Skyline.

While once earning the nickname of “Nai-robbery” – according to official government estimates crime rates are down, but that does not rule out the occasional tourist kidnapping, or Embassy Bombing.



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Northern Kenyan Communities lag far behind the rest of Kenya and by extension the larger E. African communities in terms of Education, Health and Economy. The region is known to have the lowest enrolment in schools and the lowest performance in annual assessment exams. Furthermore, according to the United Nations, kenya's North E. province has the least number of girls enrolment in primary schools in the whole world. And according to kenya's Ministry of Education, over 80% of school aged children (>200,000) in the region are not in school. Other sources suggest figures from the Ministry of Education are under estimated.

Medical and Healthcare services are scarcely available leading to alarming increase in the rates of killer diseases like Tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, Malaria and, Maternal and Child death, among others. There are only 9 doctors serving a population of 1.3 million. GCG has therefore taken the initiative to work with these communities to ameliorate the intensity of healthcare crisis.

Within the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area the current focus is on education. Currently we are seeing thousands of refugee children being underserved in our public schools. They are being placed in classes based on age, not educational attainment; they are given only three years of direct ESL instruction regardless of language fluency. There are no mechanisms for special placements or exemption from state testing requirements even though there is no chance they are ready to perform well on the tests, (or frequently even ready to complete them). As a result of these needs from within the community the agency has developed this local initiative, to provide mentoring and tutoring services to refugee children.

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