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Richard Muraya
Feces, Fear & Fetuses: How Korogocho Village Rehabilitated Nairobi River
By Richard Muraya | |
Home to over 150,000 Kenyans, Korogocho (Swahili for shoulder to shoulder) is an informal urban settlement that has been overlooked for decades by government services including water service providers and rendered residents vulnerable to water crises.
Demystifying Air Quality in Kenya: What is Clean Air?
By Richard Muraya | |
The air we breathe and the water we drink largely determine our quality of life. Breathing in unclean air over long periods has been linked to premature deaths across the world and
How We Used IoT to Monitor Domestic Water Usage
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The Kihumo Community Hub, like many residents in Kihumo village, are connected to water mains from the Kikuyu Water Company and store water in robust tanks. We piloted a water monitoring project using the Internet of Things to help us reduce water consumption. This is our story
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