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Human filth fuels warm water and cooking stoves inside Nairobi’s biggest slum

— Poo Power

An elderly man in a blue shirt and grey pants kicks off his faded pink flip-flops. Abubakar Andama Oluoc passes him by, lugging a blue plastic basin on her way to a two-burner gas stove. Atop it sits a colossal pot brimming with hot water. She scoops the water into the basin, and the man nods his head. He takes it and heaves it toward a door labeled “Shower”.

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