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They study next to one of Africa's largest trash dumps. They're planting bamboo to try to cope

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By ZELIPHA KIROBI

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They’re so inspiring! They know the value of education. I hope it works. The problem is so humongous but rather than give up, they are doing something positive! I wonder if coffee grounds would help.

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It's like a microcosm of humanity's fate; a desperate attempt to fight off the repercussions of our continual quest to turn the planet into smoke, ashes, effluent and rubbish. They are like pioneers at the sharp end of the future.

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