Kibera, the Kenyan slum infamous for its overcrowding, poverty and lack of sanitation, is getting a major revamp with some modern facilities
Founded more than 100 years ago, it is said to be home to around a fifth of Nairobi's population and yet has not featured in any government plans - until recently.
Fifteen densely populated villages make up this slum. We're in Mashimoni, home to mud huts and tin shacks.
The only formal structure here is a recently built toilet.