Nyanza to Kibera

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Rural to urban migration
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Where is this located?
Kenya (East of Africa), rural=Nyanza, urban=Kibera, Nairobi (capital)
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What are the patterns of migration?
Luo ethnic group (3rd largest): mainly fish and farm, men
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What are the push factors?
50% of Nyanza in poverty, only 46% have access to clean water, 70% Kenyans farm and fish (mechanisation)
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What are the pull factors?
(Low skilled) employment, can earn money, more housing and services
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What are the positive impacts on Nyanza?
Remittances (sending back money), sending back new information and ideas
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What are the negative impacts on Nyanza?
Brain drain, circular migration spreading diseases e.g. AIDS
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What are the positive impacts on Kibera?
Positive community spirit, visitors are welcomed
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What are the negative impcts on Kibera?
100k+ orphans due to disease, standpipes supply water for 40 families, very overcrowded
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