Before her community had public toilets, Esther Munyiva, a Kenyan mother, worried about her two daughters. In her informal slum community in Kenya, Munyiva’s daughters had to walk long distances just to complete a simple task that many take for granted: using the bathroom.
Today, things are different. Munyiva, a community leader, rallied to bring two new sanitation facilities to the informal settlement where she lives. No longer does waste flow through the streets, and her daughters no longer have to walk long distances to use the bathroom.
Munyiva is one of many women who have benefited from improved access to sanitation in Kenya’s sprawling informal settlements.
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