Kakuma feature: How refugees and locals benefit from the plumbing business
What could a 27 year old refugee and a 42 year old from Turkana possibly have in common? Giet Yaak, came to Kenya in 1992 as one of the lost boys of Sudan,the same year Kakuma camp was established.Edward Eregae came to Kakuma camp two years ago to learn the same trade as Giet.This is their story.
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