Anthony Langat is a Kenya-based Devex Contributing Reporter whose work centers on environment, climate change, health, and security. He was part of an International Consortium of Investigative Journalism’s multi-award winning 2015 investigation which unearthed the World Bank’s complacence in the evictions of indigenous people across the world. He has five years’ experience in development and investigative reporting and has been published by Al Jazeera, Mongabay, Us News & World Report, Equal Times, News Deeply, Thomson Reuters Foundation, and Devex among others.
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Jane Migare-Miluka waited seven years for new housing to be completed. When it finally was, her name was not on the list of residents. This is part of our six-piece Failed Aid series, which investigates citizen reports on failed or unfinished aid projects in Africa.