Mathare music centre gives voice to Kenyan youth living in slum

Billian Okoth runs Billian Music Family, a youth centre in the Mathare slum of Nairobi, Kenya. Through music and dance, Billian empowers youth to make change in their community, and in the process giving them a chance to dream of a brighter future.

Featuring Billian Okoth, Stephen Onyango (17), Faith Awour (13) and Lewinsky Wanjiku (14).

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