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Gangs to gardens: Kenyan youth shun crime to create green spaces
by Thomas Bwire
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10 May 2019
On 10 May 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
People's Park was a dumping site and a crime hotspot in Nairobi, now it's been transformed into a well-manicured park and a popular spot for residents to meet and play. As a young man, Moses Muchina used to rob people who were unlucky enough to have to cross through the Kenyan slum of Korogocho after dark. But today, People's Park is no longer a 'no-go zone', as Muchina called it. And it was Muchina, along with a group of former gang members, who led the transformation.
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As co-founders and mentors of the youth-led volunteer group Komb Green Solutions they have been cleaning up public spaces in and around Korogocho for the past two years.
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