Breastfeeding mothers are among hundreds of traders who sell wares at Kibuye, in a bid to put food on their table on a daily basis. For a long time, those who go with their kids to the market have had to breastfeed them under unfavorable conditions such as dust, rain, sunlight and the normal hustles that come with being in a market.
But now, things have changed for the better. In the middle of the market is the Kibuye Market Breastfeeding Centre. The Centre was opened about a month ago, following a partnership deal between the County government of Kisumu and Kidogo, to a tune of Sh300, 000 (about USD 2, 542).