Some 200,000 people live in the Dadaab refugee camp in Kenya, one of the largest in the world. Humanitarian aid has been reduced in recent years, including food rations. DW’s reporter finds out what that means for the people living there.
Dadaab in Kenya is one of the oldest, largest and most dangerous refugee camps in the world.
Only 1% of refugees worldwide have access to higher education; Heiko Maas calls the figure "frighteningly low." The UN's German-financed "Einstein Initiative" aims to up the number by 2030, but much more must be done.
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