Access to affordable and sustainable energy remains an ongoing challenge for refugees in Kakuma and Kalobeyei.
“Kenya has made great progress towards the inclusion of refugees in education – Kenya is a trailblazer globally.”
“The holy month of Ramadan is a time when Muslims embark on a path of spiritual self-reflection and intensify our response to alleviate the suffering of others.”
By 2020, Government of Kenya pledges recognition as citizens and registration of the Shona community who qualify under the law
Agricultural farming, a reliable source of livelihood for both refugees and host community in Dadaab
Refugees and host communities farming together will enhance food security in Dadaab and its environs
Poultry business in Kakuma has not been fully explored and has a lot of potential and many opportunities for business minded people to invest in and earn good returns
It is this love of football and the team’s excellent sportsmanship that has seen the first refugee team ever, play in the Kenyan National Football League
I won’t stop until every young refugee boy and girl is educated
“I did not know much about refugees until I met Jean Petil”
More than 6000 people received free medical services during the Kakuma health week.
#10YearChallenge has gone viral as people make comparisons of themselves now and 10 years ago. Elizabeth, a South Sudanese refugee living in Dadaab refugee camp, in north-eastern Kenya, recalls living a simple life as the last born in her family of 5, before the war forced them out of their country. She narrates her story to UNHCR’s Mohamed Aden Maalim.
Population Registration and Identity Management EcoSystem (PRIMES) has been rolled out in the Government registration centres in Nairobi, Nakuru, Eldoret, Mombasa and Dadaab camp