Kenya: Security Concerns Plague Refugee Camp
Dadaab, the world’s largest refugee camp, hosts nearly 500,000 people with more arriving daily, raising experts' concerns about security and living conditions.
Refugees, most of them women, young children and the elderly, arrive daily from Somalia, but Dadaab no longer offers a safe haven, experts say.
UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 15 June 2012
Key stakeholders meeting on 14 June to discuss the future of Dadaab refugee camp in eastern Kenya acknowledge that there are tough choices ahead, but no agreed way forward.read more »
Medecins Sans Frontieres, 14 June 2012
It is only a matter of time before the next emergency hits the Dadaab refugee camp, says a briefing paper, Dadaab: Shadows of Lives, released today by Médecins Sans... read more »
The Star, 12 June 2012
Amina arrived in Dadaab in 1992, when she was one year old. Born in Afmadow, Somalia, she fled from her own country because of violence, drought and a lack of food. In the refugee... read more »