Over 50 refugee artists, mainly from the Dadaab and Kakuma refugee camps, exhibited their artwork, as well as cultural expression through music, at an exhibition held at the Alliance Française in Nairobi, from 4th to 6th November 2015.
Refugee artists came together to showcase talent in art, music and theatre in a variety of activities at the French and German Cultural Centres
UNHCR and education partner Xavier Project visit Murema Primary School after the completion of training for teachers on better discipline practices and refugee issues.
Community members are critical players in the protection work. The link between communities and protection is mutually reinforcing.
“You do exist. We need to make things better. Refugees must never be asked to prioritise their needs.”
Naomi Chol studied at a school funded and supported by Oscar-winning actress Angelina Jolie Pitt, but the 16-year-old from South Sudan has become a celebrity herself.
The INS centres have become hubs of activity as refugees take the opportunity to enter a world of knowledge with just a tap of a finger
Binamungu was keen on farming despite the climatic hardships so he and a group of friends started farming along the river beds that cut across the camp.
United Drama for Peace, a drama group from Kakuma Refugee Camp is shooting a movie.
In marking the first anniversary of UNHCR’s Global Action Plan to End Statelessness in 10 Years, a two-day exhibition was held at the Nairobi National Museum in Kenya on 28th and 29th October 2015.
The Nubian Rights Forum in collaboration with UNHCR and the Department of Civil Registration have organized a 3-day mobile Birth Registration Campaign in Kibra, Nairobi.
Hundreds attended the one day clean-up exercise in Eastleigh organised by UNHCR jointly with partners in collaboration with the County Government of Nairobi.