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Fleeing from the conflict in Somalia, hundreds of children find themselves separated from their families in the Dadaab refugee camps. Around 200,000 people live in the Korogocho slum in a 1,5 km2 space on the outskirts of Nairobi, of which 40% are children. Terre des hommes protects children from exploitation, violence and abuse.

What we do

Child protection

Our local experts work to protect children’s rights in refugee camps in Dadaab and the Korogocho slum in Nairobi. Through community-based activities in the camps, we strengthen the capacity of children and their parents to protect themselves against violence, exploitation, child marriage and discrimination. In Korogocho, we identify children who require emergency assistance because they are either living alone or suffering from violence, negligence or abuse, and we provide educational support for those who have dropped out of school.

The girl Bola has been living with her parents and siblings in a refugee camp in Kenya since 2011. After being exploited for almost 7 hours a day for work, she has now returned to school.

Bola, lives in a refugee camp.

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The children from Korogocho on the search for a normal life

Terre des hommes in Kenya

Beneficiaries in 2019

 

173,577 people

Expatriate / National staff

 

2 / 48

2020 Budget

 

CHF 2,500,000.-

 

Where we work

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Timeline

2011
Start of Terre des hommes’ mission in Kenya. Tdh has worked in Kenya since 2011 in Garissa County, when we responded to the Horn of Africa famine.
2012
Start of projects in the Kambioos refugee camp in Dadaab for Somalian refugees.
2015
Initiation of protection projects in the slum of Korogocho in the outskirts of Nairobi.
2016
Launch of activities in Hagadera camp of Dadaab.
2020
Launch of activities in Dagahaley and Ifo camps of Dadaab,

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