Kakuma News Reflector – A Refugee Free Press

The Fate of South Sudan

Posted in Community and Culture, Human Rights, News Updates by KANERE on March 12, 2014

The December war crashing from inside Juba – capital city of South Sudan – has resulted in thousands dead and more than 650,000 people displaced.

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Police Raid on Illicit Brews

Posted in Human Rights, News Updates by KANERE on March 12, 2014

The police raid on illegal alcoholic drinks has resulted in several local manufacturers suffering the outcome in Kakuma 1. (more…)

Alarming Human Disaster in Turkana

Posted in Human Rights, Humanitarian Services, Kakuma Town and Kenya, News Updates by KANERE on March 12, 2014

Kenya’s Meteorological Department has raised alarm over the persistent drought while the government urges the pastoralists to sell their animals to the Kenya Meat Commission (KMC).

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RSD Transition

Posted in Human Rights, Humanitarian Services, News Updates by KANERE on January 8, 2014

The Refugee Status Determination (RSD) process is in transition from the UN Refugee Agency – UNHCR – to the Kenyan government. (more…)

RCK’s Legal Awareness Forums

Posted in Human Rights, Humanitarian Services, News Updates by KANERE on January 8, 2014

The Refugee Consortium of Kenya (RCK) organized legal awareness forums in the season of the 16 Days of Gender Activism in Kakuma. (more…)

Rights Violation Under Warehousing – By Brett Shadle

Posted in Contributors, Human Rights, News Updates, Opinion by KANERE on January 8, 2014

Do refugees have the right to know about the impacts of decision making on their futures, lives as they live in limbo? (more…)

KANERE – Registered as an NGO

Posted in Human Rights, News Updates by KANERE on November 30, 2013

Kakuma News Reflector (KANERE) has obtained its registration with the government as a national NGO in Kenya (more…)

Somali Repatriation

Posted in Human Rights, Humanitarian Services, News Updates by KANERE on November 30, 2013

Is repatriation a solution for Somali refugees? (more…)

Refugees are not Terrorists

Posted in Human Rights, Kakuma Town and Kenya, News Updates by KANERE on November 30, 2013

By Ibrahim Gindicha & Qaabata Boru

Terror attacks had negative implications for refugees following the Westgate tragedy, with arbitrary arrest and detention of innocent refugees (more…)

World Refugee Day: Kakuma at a Glance

Posted in Human Rights, News Updates by KANERE on August 28, 2013

By Qaabata Boru

Kenya’s Kakuma refugee camp has warehoused tens of thousands of refugees for decades. (more…)

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Government Crackdown on Refugees

Posted in Human Rights, News Updates by KANERE on August 28, 2013

Refugees living in the urban centers of Nairobi have faced harsh mistreatment since December 2012, when the Kenyan government passed an order to force refugees into the camps. (more…)

Somali Dayah Bus with Passengers on Board Arrested in Eldoret Town

Posted in Human Rights, News Updates by KANERE on August 28, 2013

More than 45 refugees boarding the Dayah bus express were arrested and arraigned at Eldoret Main Court and charged with the offence of being illegal immigrants. (more…)

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