giovedì 22 giugno 2017

'Very little change' for quarter of a million refugees housed at Dadaab camp, says bishop
The Tablet
(Fredrick Nzwili) World Refugee Day yesterday was marked with particular emphasis in Nairobi, Kenya. The country hosts 500,000 refugees, the highest number in Africa after Ethiopia and Uganda. A quarter of a million of these people are housed in Dadaab camp, whose five complexes make it the biggest in the world. A special event in the University of Nairobi’s graduation square hosted government officials, representatives from the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) that runs Dadaab camp, and refugees from South Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia, Burundi and Democratic Republic of Congo. (...)