Kisumu Ndogo

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Kisumu Ndogo is a name given to "villages" (or settlements) that are part of two informal settlements in Nairobi, Kenya, Kibera and Korogocho. Kisumu Ndogo means little Kisumu.[1]

The original settlers of Kisumu Ndogo in Kibera were from the Kisumu area in western Kenya, and that settlement has a major Luo population.[2][3][4] A Winners' Chapel is active in Kisumu Ndogo.[5] The Kenya Water for Health Organisation (KWAHO) is active in Kisumu Ndogo.[6] Other parts of Kibera include Laini Saba, Lindi, Makina, Kianda, Mashimoni, Soweto East, Gatwekera and Siranga.[7][8]

Korogocho includes the villages of Korogocho A, Korogocho B, Kisumu Ndogo, Gitathuru, Highridge, Grogan A, Grogan B and Nyayo.[9]

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  9. ^ "Korogocho Slum Upgrading Programme". Archived from the original on 2011-07-27. Retrieved 2010-08-15.