ISSUES: Youth Reform: 110828_Kamkunji__BobMiller_090

A community leader addresses a crowd of predominantly Luo youth at a weekly kamkunji meeting in the Kisumu Ndogo village of Kibera. Kamkunji is the Swahili word for “small gathering,” and it provides a weekly venue for individuals to speak out about issues vital to the community. The gathering started in 1990 when Kenyans first fought for a multiparty government.
AUGUST 2011

A community leader addresses a crowd of predominantly Luo youth at a weekly kamkunji meeting in the Kisumu Ndogo village of Kibera. Kamkunji is the Swahili word for “small gathering,” and it provides a weekly venue for individuals to speak out about issues vital to the community. The gathering started in 1990 when Kenyans first fought for a multiparty government.