‘Dumped babies are just the tip of the iceberg’: The deadly consequences of curbing reproductive rights
Louise Donovan and Nasibo Kabale, in Nairobi
13 November 2019
It’s a hot mid-August morning, and Lydia Wambui’s bright green overalls are soaked. She’s standing knee-deep in Nairobi River, using a metal rod to catch rubbish lazily flowing down its murky waters.
“Sewage, bottle-tops, needles – people chuck everything in here,” she says, wiping sweat off her forehead before adding: “We also keep finding babies.”