“We had rights but we did not know how to enjoy these rights because we did not have identity cards.”
The verification exercise will allow the Government and UNHCR to collect accurate and updated information of all Persons of Concern.
The overall objective of this initiative is to re-orient the refugee assistance program to contribute to improvement of the socio-economic conditions of the refugees and host communities.
Programmes like the accelerated learning program, which is funded by UNHCR and ECHO, will give an opportunity to over-age learners to have access to basic education.
“We cannot travel without documents. We cannot do anything to enjoy our rights.”
‘There is very little a young woman like me can do to fight FGM alone but I know there is hope.’
#TeamRefugees receive messages of encouragement from Kakuma
Family and friends of #TeamRefugees athletes send their messages of support from Kakuma Refugee...
As the Refugee Olympic Team was preparing to make history in the 120th Olympic games in Rio, refugees in Kenya’s Kakuma Camp, were preparing for their own iconic games
“I promise to use my voice to tell your stories”