Learners in Kakuma Sit for their KCPE Examinations
Zawadi Wahanga, a refugee from Congo, is among more than 55 students from the Angelina Jolie Girls Boarding School in Kakuma Refugee camp, who will sit the national Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), exam tomorrow, Tuesday, 31st of October.
Zawadi says she wants to be an engineer when she grows up, after completing her studies. Nearly 5000 refugee and local Kenyan children will be tested in 20 centres located in Kakuma camp and Kalobeyei settlement.
UNHCR Kenya wishes all candidates success.