Over 18,000 stateless people in Kenya struggle to access basic services as they lack official identity documents. A young woman has made history as the first stateless Shona woman to make it to university.
When Innocent Havyarimana, a Burundian refugee, first heard handwashing was crucial in preventing coronavirus, he did something few businessmen would do – he lowered his prices. Others might have raised prices to increase profit, but his aim was to make his soap as accessible as possible, so he also boosted […]
Teachers broadcast classes over community radio to keep refugee students learning.
World Bank and UNHCR launch report on Understanding the Socioeconomic Conditions of Refugees in Kalobeyei, Kenya
The World Bank, in partnership with the UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR, have launched a report which is based on the results of a 2018 Kalobeyei Socioeconomic Profiling Survey. The 2018 Kaloyebei socioeconomic survey generates comparable evidence to inform policy and programme targeting to support refugees and host communities. The survey report provides […]
We ought to come together and work together regardless of the gender
UNHCR recently provided more than 600 desks to urban schools
Dozens of refugees return home to eastern Ethiopia from Kenya’s Kakuma camp.
MADE51 an innovative business model championed by UNHCR is providing refugees and host artisans global market access for their handicrafts.
The Natukobenyo fresh vegetable market, run by refugee and host communities, is just one of the various projects funded by the European Union in Turkana West.