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EYE-OPENING INSIGHT INTO KENYA’S LARGEST DUMPING GROUND

PILES of trash provide a living for thousands in Nairobi, Kenya. One person’s rubbish is another person’s livelihood in the Dandora Dumpsite - as small children are pictured rummaging through one of the world’s largest dumpsites in order to make a living. These eye-opening photographs were captured by American photographer Brendan Bannon, of New York. The 43 year old says, ‘Every city has its own dump site or landfill, but in the west we don’t see them as they are shuttered away or the waste is incinerated at night.’ ‘In Kenya and other developing countries the landfills are in or near communities and they function as a financial source for them.’

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