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Mobile & Wireless

Weza Tele launches water finder app for Nairobi slum Kibera

Wednesday 11 April 2012 | 11:24 CET | News
Weza Tele, a Kenyan firm that applies mobile technologies, has launched M-Maji to enable residents of Nairobi's largest slum, Kibera, to use a mobile service that could help them locate clean water. Weza Tele built the app in partnership with Stanford University students and the Umande Trust, an organisation in Kibera that seeks to address water and sanitation problems. Weza Tele said it can take many of Kibera's estimated one million residents a minimum of one hour to locate a water vendor, queue up for water and carry it back to their homes. According to IT-Web, vendors will be able to

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