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Women group eatery gaining momentum

Grace Angelo believes refugees can empower themselves economically. Angelo, 40 a South-Sudanese is a single mother of three foster children. She came to Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya 25 years ago.  She lived in the camp without a source of income for several years.

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South Sudan Peace Promoters receive bicycles 

Peace committees from the five Bomas (villages) of Otogo Payam in Yei River County, South Sudan have often struggled to access many areas in their peace-building efforts. But this is set to change after they were given five new bicycles to facilitate their movement.

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Generous elder supports school

When Ole Sere Primary school started, it had only 20 students who took their lessons under trees. But the devastating 1997 El Niño rains led to massive flooding of the area, sweeping with them the schooling dreams of many children.

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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. 

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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.

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Inspiring story ahead of the World Refugee day.