Lusaka clinic launches services for host community
The clinic at Makeni Transit Centre in Lusaka, Zambia has been supporting refugees and asylum seekers since it was established five years ago. But starting this September, the facility, which is run by AAH Zambia, has started offering services to Zambian nationals as well.
Women group in Kakuma set up unique eatery
When Faraja Kujirabwinja, a former employee of an NGO in Kakuma Refugee camp, Turkana County, child got sick, she did not expect that it would come along with many challenges. She worked as a peace facilitator under peace and conflict resolution unit.
Kakuma refugee group effort to be self-reliant
It is easy to assume that life in a refugee camp is all about desperation. But Mr Innocent Havyarimana, 31, a judicious businessman, chairman and founder of Furaha group, believes otherwise.
Couple stands strong in face of HIV/AIDS
Alice Maka, 38, lost two children a few weeks after delivery. This disturbed her, leading her to seek medical support at a local medical facility. “We strongly believed in our traditional beliefs and I did not register for Antenatal services. This was what led to the death of my two infants.
Water project puts a smile on faces of community members
Twelve-year-old Faith Sei broadly smiles. She draws clean water from a water point that is connected from a natural spring, about 200 metres away; then drinks it. Faith is fromEluai Village, Mara Division, Narok County. “I live there.