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In Kenya, Tdh is working in the protracted refugee crisis in the Dadaab camps at the Somali border, where hundreds of children are separated from their families, and in Korogocho, one of Kenya's busiest and poorest urban areas in Nairobi, where around 200,000 people, 40% of whom are children, live in an area of 1.5 km2.. Tdh protects children and young people from risks such as sexual violence, abuse and early marriage. We support unaccompanied and separated children and promote access to education.

What we do

Child protection

In Dadaab, Tdh provides child protection services to children, youth and caregivers in refugee camps and the host community villages around the camps. The aim is to strengthen the access of refugee and asylum-seeker communities to quality and sustainable child protection services for children at risk of abuse, neglect, exploitation and violence. In the informal urban settlement of Korogocho, Tdh protects children from exploitation, violence and abuse. Tdh promotes optimal physical, emotional and a safe development and provides early learning opportunities for the most vulnerable children aged up to 6 years.

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.


The children from Korogocho on the search for a normal life

Terre des hommes in Kenya

Beneficiaries in 2021


40,529 people

Expatriate staff / National staff


2 / 64

2021 Budget


CHF 2,786,113


Where we work

Supported by


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.
Start of projects in the Kambioos refugee camp in Dadaab for Somalian refugees.
Initiation of protection projects in the slum of Korogocho in the outskirts of Nairobi.
Launch of activities in Hagadera camp of Dadaab.
Launch of activities in Dagahaley and Ifo camps of Dadaab,

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