Davos Co-Chair Hassan Mohamud - A Refugee's Story

World Economic Forum
Publication Date:
22 January 2019
Africa, Kenya, Somalia, Europe and Africa, Refugees and Displacement, United States, Canada and Africa

Mohammed Hassan Mohamud has lived in Kenya's Kakuma camp for the last 20 years, he has no passport, no official date of birth and has never been anywhere outside the semi-arid climate of Sub-Saharan Africa. This week he is Co-Chair at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting in Davos. Next week Mohamud returns to Kakuma Camp.


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