dharavi is located in Mumbi India.
90% of the housing is illegal and is made out of rubbish, scrap meatle,sand and mud
it is easy for dharavi to flood because it is located in the drainage system this happens when their is a lot of rain
there are about 86,000 shacks that home only 106,000 families and about 6 people per house
education in dharavi
it is £6.25 to go to school each month people in dharavi only ean £1.50 per day
there are only 65 schools in dharavi
340 children attend the Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Vidya Mandir (SSRVM)
there are 60 primary schools and only 4 secondry schools in dharavi
health in dharavi
Mahim Creek is a local river it is used my most residents for defecation this spreads diseases through the water.
the water in dharavi isn't clean and they don't have much space
about 18,000 people crowd into a single acre.
As of November 2006 there is only one toilet per 1,140 residents in Dharavi
the area suffers ploblems from inaquate drinking water supply
dharavi only have one water pipe and it comes on at 5:30am for two hours
mumbi's over population has caused a shortage of land and has restricted suppliy of drinking water
dharavi food supplies
people can only buy a small bag of rice and some oil because of how much they are paid
this would only provide food for a small part of the family
thare are jobs in dharavi like pottery, textiles, recycling plastic and leather workers.
Work conditions are poor and the workers are paid little (£1.50) for a days job.