Kenyan Govt Opens New Refugee Camp

The government has finally agreed to open the IFO II camp for refugees fleeing drought and conflict in Somalia. The new facility that can accommodate up to 40,000 people is close to the Dadaab camp, which has been overwhelmed by the recent influx of asylum seekers.

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  • The Refugees Influx

    Publisher:
    NTVKenya
    Publication Date:
    14 July 2011

    At the Dadaab Refugee camp in the North Eastern part of the country where the Kenyan government has ordered the Somali Kenya border be opened to ... see more »

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  • Daadab Refugee Crisis

    Publisher:
    NTVKenya
    Publication Date:
    11 July 2011

    Thousands of Somali refugees fleeing the war torn country cannot access a new aid camp as the Kenya government has refused to sanction its occupation. ... see more »

  • Kenya:   Kibaki Should Open New Refugee Camp

    The Star, 12 July 2011

    YESTERDAY President Kibaki cancelled a scheduled meeting with UNHCR chief Antonio Gutierrez. This diplomatic rebuff was apparently linked to Kenya's reluctance to open the newly… Read more »

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