Stories from Program: Basic Justice Services

April 3, 2015

Justice at the Frontline

by Paul McCann in , ,

Korogocho is one of the largest slum neighborhoods in Nairobi. Korogocho means ‘shoulder-to-shoulder’ in Kiswahili and it is home to 150,000-200,000 people, crammed onto an area 1km by 1.5km. About a third of residents have electricity, almost none have running water. Sanitation takes the form of pit latrines and effluent flows in the alleys between…

January 2, 2015

Turning Towards Justice

by Aubrey Wade in

A photographic essay by Aubrey Wade   “In Sierra Leone, we have a lot of places people go to seek justice. One of the places is to the traditional chiefs. I tell you, about seventy per cent of people rely on their traditional chiefs, because they’re just next door. You don’t need any protocol to…