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June 28, 2002 
A Kenyan slum dweller walks on a verge as he avoids sewerage and trash in
the impoverished Kibera slums,... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
A KENYAN SLUM DWELLER AVOIDS TRASH AND SEWERAGE AS HE WALKS IN THE
NAIROBI SLUM OF KIBERA. 
A Kenyan slum dweller walks on a verge as he avoids sewerage and trash in
the impoverished Kibera slums, four kilometres outside Nairobi, June 28,
2002. The world's richest countries on Thursday signed an agreement with
African leaders to support development, but the plan was long on advice and
shot on much-needed new cash. The leaders of Britain, Canada, France,
Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia and the United States said half or more of new
aid for development they promised last March could go to African countries
that root out corruption. REUTERS/ Antony Njuguna

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