Flooding and Inadequate Infrastructure

“Infrastructure is the cornerstone of modern society. From the supply of energy and water, and the treatment of waste, to the provision of effective healthcare and education services, it is infrastructure that enables society to function effectively, grow and prosper.” (The Importance of Infrastructure for Development, UNOPS, IMPG Publications, May 2017) During my time at […]

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UNHCR Stakeholders Meeting

A little over a week ago I was fortunate to be able to attend the UN High Commission for Refugee (UNHCR) stakeholders meeting. This was a meeting was intended to gather the key stakeholders in the international community who contribute to the Kenyan refugee situation. In an intimate setting, this meeting also enabled all beneficiaries […]

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Food Sharing in Magunas.

Today I went to a music lesson in Magunas. The lesson started with learning how to tune a djembe, later followed by drumming practice. At the end of the lesson, my music teacher’s daughter walked into the compound with a large, ripe avocado. I asked her where she got it from, to which she replied, […]

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