Kenya’s Dandora landfill provides a livelihood for homeless children who are often exploited. A former landfill resident Samuel Omollo started a charity organisation to help children from the dump find a place to live and return to school.
Kenya's Dandora landfill is one of the largest in Africa.
It provides a livelihood for more than 1,000 children in Kenya's capital Nairobi.
Many of them are homeless children who are often exploited and abused.
One man who used to scavenge at Dandora, Samuel Omollo, is trying to help.
TRT World's Adesewa Josh reports.