Audio slideshow: Kenyan slum goes organic

Kenya is in the grips of a food shortage that could see 10 million people go hungry, and
has already seen the price of maize, the staple food, triple. But that doesn't mean
Kenyans are willing to sacrifice the quality of their food.

In Kibera slum in Nairobi, a group of local young men are finding willing buyers for their organic
produce, grown right in the middle of Africa's biggest slum.

Farm leader Moha Mohamed showed the BBC's World Today programme around.

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Photographs by Pascale Harter. Slideshow by James Fletcher
Published 02 February 2009






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