Peaking through holes in the Cecilia Wahu's tin house, Wairimu Wahu
(left) and Margaret Wambui (middle) are visible
sitting on the dirt path outside Wahu's house, in the small slum called deep
Sea. Children laugh as they run barefoot over the paths. Sounds of children
laughing, crying, the smell of human excrement and cooking fill the air. Some
1,500 souls are crammed here into a four-acre plot. Of Nairobi's 3 million
people, 60% are crammed into about 100 such slums on 5% of the land.