Increasing urbanization has led to concentration of youth in Kenya's slums, where around 70% of inhabitants are below the age of 30. The Mathare Valley is located in the Eastlands of Nairobi and it's the oldest and second largest urban slum in Kenya after Kibera. Kids who do go to school, study in dark, airless, packed classrooms. Poverty and lack of role models make many young people drop out of school and live on the streets: a life characterized by crime, hustling, violence, drugs and unemployment. Nai Nami Tours is empowering the city’ youth by harnessing the skills that they’ve gathered while growing up places like Mathare.