Mark Mutungi, owner of pubs 'Mark1' and 'Mark2' on Mugumoini's main road Kitengela Street. Pubs and bars such as these provide places for the community's men without work or prospects to find solace in alcohol. The two pubs are serviced by women and are often the breeding grounds from where rape and violence take place.
This image is from a series focusing on and around the rape and the women victims that occur every half a day in Mugumoini Village in Nairobi's Southlands, a slum home to 20,000 people in abject poverty with little or no income, with the aim of creating exposure and empowerment for change. ©GGoodwin (image by Georgina Goodwin)
Mark Mutungi, owner of pubs 'Mark1' and 'Mark2' on Mugumoini's main road Kitengela Street. Pubs and bars such as these provide places for the community's men without work or prospects to find solace in alcohol. The two pubs are serviced by women and are often the breeding grounds from where rape and violence take place. This image is from a series focusing on and around the rape and the women victims that occur every half a day in Mugumoini Village in Nairobi's Southlands, a slum home to 20,000 people in abject poverty with little or no income, with the aim of creating exposure and empowerment for change. ©GGoodwin
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