'Trash is Cash:' Kenyan kids rap about a green revolution
Image: Still from "Trash is Cash"/viewchange.org
Eco sandals, handbags, jewelry made from the trashy granularMattress, pillow baskets, roof tiles from the trash plasticSold to local and foreign marketMetals sold to scrap dealers in a rampageCheap cookers made using dumped coffee seeds and paper as fuel
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