- Kibera is the largest slum in Africa and is the second largest slum in the world.
- Kibera is approximately the size of Central Park, with one million impoverished people living there.
- The average house for four is about twenty-four square feet, made out of mud, cardboard, and tin, with no running water for a bathroom.
- It takes two-hundred dollars to feed a child per year in Kibera, which is less than a dollar per day. Also, it took one- hundred twenty- eight dollars to a fill a classroom full of supplies, (text books, supplies, and writing utensils).
- Seventy percent of the Kiberan population are children, and approximately fifty thousand of those children are orphans.
- Through our partnership with Facing the Future, we had begun by assisting 120 children being supervised, educated, and fed every day and are now, is serving 300 children.
Facing the Future Child Development Learning Center