Cecilia Wahu, 66, walked up a moist mud path caked with human excrement.
The smell of human excrement fills the air, as
resident use plastic bags as toilets and tosses them in the dark of night.
Wahu has TB. She was on her way to the TB clinic. Wahu lives in the Deep Sea
slum, in Nairobi Kenya. Sickness such as malaria, TB, HIV, scabies, other skin
infections, chicken pox, stomach problems, and worms are common in Deep Sea.