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THE AIR POLLUTION IN

Nairobi, Kenya

Death by air pollution
in Kenya yearly

19,112

Child Deaths
caused by air pollution
in Kenya yearly

6,672

The top illness caused
by air pollution
in Kenya is

Acute Lower

RESPIRATORY

INFECTION

POLLUTION LEVELS IN Nairobi
The air in Nairobi has an
annual average of

17 µg/m3

of PM2.5 particles.
That's 70% more than the
WHO safe level.
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PM 2.5

89.20

µg/m3
HUMIDITY

85.30

% RH
TEMP

28.00

PM 2.5

36.54

µg/m3
HUMIDITY

57.67

% RH
TEMP

24.56

PM 2.5

4.00

µg/m3
HUMIDITY

47.00

% RH
TEMP

16.50

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sensors.AFRICA is a pan-African citizen science initiative that uses sensors to monitor air, water and sound pollution to give citizens actionable information about their cities.
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