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Molly’s World: A Day in the Life of One 12 Year Old in the Slums of Africa

January 24, 2012 - 1 Comment

Molly’s World is a series of short videos chronicling the life of Molly, a girl living in the Mathare slum of Nairobi, Kenya. Two episodes have been released on the YouTube channel MollyKenya.

This series is brought you by the United Nations World Food Programme and made possible by an in-kind donation of Flip Video cameras by Cisco Corporate Social Responsibility. Learn more about the Flip Video program in a previous blog post.

The World Food Programme is using video and the Internet to inspire the masses to get involved, by giving a face to poverty, and telling relatable stories from real people. Subscribe to Molly’s channel and watch all six episodes that will be released over the next eight weeks.

Subscribe to Molly’s World on YouTube (MollyKenya)
Follow the World Food Program on Twitter (@WFP)
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  1. Thank you Cisco for the gift of the Flip cams for this project! Connecting on an individual, human level puts big problems in perspective and makes solutions easier and more likely.