The Kibera Empowerment Walking Tour

Nairobi, i-Kenya

Okokuzithokozisa kuqondiswa ngu Moses

amahora angu-4, Ibungazwa nge IsiNgisi

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See Kibera as only a local could and experience the real Kibera through the lense of hope. We’ll meet the dreamers creating a difference in Kibera through their mission-driven, small businesses. There are 5 stops on our journey...
1. Moses's House - I'll start by inviting you into my house, to tell you my story, from growing up in Kibera through starting my own tour company with a mission.
From there we’ll walk the railroad tracks of Kibera, meeting the people.
2. The Kibera Organization - We'll meet Edu who provides microloans for female-owned small businesses. They also provide motorbikes for Kibera residents to get to work.
3. Bio Gas Center - We’ll meet Edwin, the founder of a project which turns Kibera’s waste into energy for it’s inhabitants.
4. Women’s Craft Center - We’ll meet Rosemary who set up a workshop for women living with HIV. Collectively they remove the stigma of HIV by employing women with HIV to create crafts.
5. Master's Touch Bakery - At the finale of our tour, we’ll meet Nancy for coffee & fresh baked goods. Nancy will relate her story of starting a business as a single mother and the adversities women face starting a business in Kenya.
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Other things to note
Our meeting location will be the parking lot of Nakumatt Prestige, at the giant coca cola bottle.
On the tour, please ask for permission before taking photos.
Bring 1L water and comfortable shoes
NB:Guests can buy;sew something at Power women center or make a small piece of jewelry to take with them
See Kibera as only a local could and experience the real Kibera through the lense of hope. We’ll meet the dreamers creating a difference in Kibera through their mission-driven, small businesses. There are 5 stops on our journey...
1. Moses's House - I'll start by inviting you into my house, to tell you my story, from growing up in Kibera through starting my own tour company with a mission.
From there we’ll walk the railroad tracks of…

Okuhlanganisiwe

Ikhasi 1 kwangu-2
  • Ukudla
    We’ll finish the day with fresh baked goods and coffee or tea at Master`s t...
  • Amathikithi
    We’ll visit 5 stops, meeting 5 small business owners & change makers
  • Izithuthi
    Once we are done with the experience,i`ll provide a bus(Matatu cultural adv...
  • Amathuluzi
    A 3.5 hour walking tour through the streets of Kibera

Yazana nombungazi wakho, u Moses

Umbungazi ku-Airbnb kusukela ngo-2019
  • Ukubukeza okungu-166
  • Ubuwena buqinisekisiwe
Hi, my name is Moses.
I was born, raised and still live in Kibera, the largest continuous slum in Africa.I studied development studies and challenges facing emerging countries.I am volunteering with Kijiweni Welfare Group on projects in HIV,Peace Management and Conflict Resolutions,Human Rights advocacy,Sustainable development Projects etc. I’ve worked as a tour guide for 8 years before starting my own business. By hosting these tours, I am lucky enough to have found a way to weave my mission of empowerment and passions together and bring it to the people.(i.e. you).I like football,outgoing,traveling,reading, and socializing.This tour gives you an intimate view of daily life in Kibera.It will show you the infectious raw spirit that dwells within it`s walls and you will fall so hard for the people that make up this incredible community.
Hi, my name is Moses.
I was born, raised and still live in Kibera, the largest continuous slum in Africa.I studied development studies and challenges facing emerging countries.I am volunteering with Kijiweni Welfare Group on projects in HIV,Peace Management and Conflict Resolutions,Human Rights advocacy,Sustainable development Projects etc. I’ve worked as a tour guide for 8 years before starting my own business. By hosting these tours, I am lucky enough to have found a way to weave my mi…
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Kusuka ku- $28
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Lapho uzoba khona

Here are the stops on our journey through Kibera...
1. Moses’ House
2. Walking the railroad tracks of Kibera, meeting the people as only a local could
3. The Kibera Organization
4. Bio Gas Center
5. Women’s Craft Center
6. Master's Touch Bakery

Ilinganiswe ku-4.97 kokungu-5 ngokusuka kokushiwo abanye okungu-166.

Sofia
Okthoba 2021
Much more than i expected, the experience is def worth it! This is an area of Nairobi that should be a stop for anyone visiting the country Moses provided an excellent overview of Kibera by providing us with Kibera’s history and current events. Forever grateful!
Rebeca
Okthoba 2021
Eye-opening experience. It’s not only about building empathy for the resilience of the residents of Kibera, this experience is about supporting entrepreneurial ideas: the power of one man to support and give back to a community (yami). No matter what your circumstances are, thriving is about changing your mindset that you can. Moses teaches that through his experience not only to the visitors but also to the people we meet along the way. He should also add #5 experience: the Matatu ride :)!
Anaïs
Okthoba 2021
I think in the most first world countries people still automatically associate Africa with poverty. Involuntarily I had also made up my mind about what living in Africa without or with very little money looks like. On Moses’ tour I started to realize that people are way more than statistics and than what is portrayed by NGO‘s and the news. It was a very special experience and I didn‘t expect to learn so much from it. I definitely recommend it!
Pascal
Okthoba 2021
The Experience with Moses was incredible. I learned a lot of things how the community works together. So if you visit this community go with an open Mind and an open heart. If you have things that you don’t need, bring it to the community, they will thanks you a lot. The People are not Dangerous, they are very friendly and always smiling and dancing to music that will be around you. So i can really recommend the Tour with Moses. You will learn a lot and see the other side of Nairobi. Thank you Moses for this day with you.
Kemal
Okthoba 2021
It was a very cool experience at one of the largest slums of the World. You have to see it to believe it. Moses was a very cool guide who turned out to be a friend.
Liudmyla
Septhemba 2021
That was really interesting to get to know about Kibera from the local representative. Moses kindly shared about his life and several project what are ongoing to improve a bit life conditions within the area. This experience worth your time

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Bring your camera, there are many great photo ops throughout our tour.

If you would like to purchase local products/items,please bring some cash with you