Post Profile






Somali Refugees Decry Empty Promises Upon Return From Dadaab Camp

Somali refugees who lived for decades in Kenya’s Dadaab camp are returning to Somalia via a repatriation program, only to find a fragile peace and shortage of supplies. New arrivals in Kismayo tell Ashley Hamer they feel let down and afraid. KISMAYO, SOMALIA – On the outskirts of this commercial port town in Somalia’s southernmost, border state of Jubaland, makeshift displacement camps are swelling with vulnerable families.
read more

share

Related Posts


U.N. agency eyes 50,000 Somalis returning from Kenyan camp

News : Reuters: World News

DADAAB, Kenya (Reuters) - The United Nations refugee agency UNHCR is planning for as many as 50,000 Somalis to return home this year from a Kenyan camp that is now home to 350,000 people, but that figure may not be reached given con...

What Somalia Needs

News : The New Yorker: News

During a famine in the nineteen-nineties, Somali children were among those who made the tortuous journey to Dadaab refugee camp, in Kenya. Many died on the way, or after arriving too late, but others’ lives...

Kenya aims to cut size of Somali refugee camp by about half by end-2016

News : Reuters: World News

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenya aims to reduce by almost half the population of Dadaab refugee camp which is home to about 326,000 mostly Somali refugees by the end of the year, a committee that groups Kenya, Somalia and the U.N. refugee ...

Kenya’s Repatriation of Somali Refugees From Dadaab ‘Not Voluntary:’ Report

News : Newsweek: US

Hundreds of thousands of Somali refugees are being forced to leave camps in Kenya, sometimes against their will, in a repatriation process that “does not meet international standards,” according to a Human Rights Watch (HRW) report....

Somali Refugees In Kenya Struggle In Shadow Of Forced Return

Ethnicity & Race / African American : Huffington Post Voices News

Kenya’s November deadline to shut down camps and repatriate Somali refugees leaves a community living in dangerous limbo, with some contemplating escape to Europe. Said Abdullah's daily life in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, has becom...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC