Nairobi, Kenya – It is 11:10am on a hot, quiet Sunday in Nairobi’s Dandora suburb.

Frida Syshia bends down to open a black door leading into her sister’s one-bedroom house.

Wearing an olive-green blouse and a matching turban, she enters the house and calls out to one of her three children.

“Go and peel these potatoes. I found them at the dumpsite. We are having fries for lunch today,” she orders her second-born daughter. She

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