Africa's Largest Slums Struggle With Rising Food Prices - Stock Image

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NAIROBI, KENYA - AUGUST 15: A scrawled slogan of U.S. President Barack Obama, who is part Kenyan, is displayed on the wall of a shack in the Kibera slum August 15, 2009 in Nairobi, Kenya. The Kibera slum is home to roughly one million inhabitants and is considered one of the largest slums in Africa. Partly do to an increasingly devastating drought, food prices in Kenya have risen significantly and have more than doubled in Kibera in the past year. The global financial downturn has decreased the average income in Kibera adding to the strain of rising food prices. (Photo by Spencer Platt)
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