Rahab Rujuru looks for anything of value. "Working here is how I am able to feed my children," she said. "Of course it is not a usual job. Dodging pigs, used condoms, eating what I find. No it's not good for me. But it is a job and I have to persevere." Asthma makes life even harder for Rujuru. Toxic smoke from small fires of burning waste spreads to every corner of Dandora. As a mother, though, she says what bothers her most is the adult behavior that her children are forced to witness. Except for her 4-year-old, everyone in her family scavenges Dandora to earn money for school fees, books and uniforms. Image by Micah Albert. Kenya, 2012.