What we are doing

In response to decades-long displacement, the LWF works with refugee and host communities to support their needs and to protect their human rights. In partnership with UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, we work in:

  • Kakuma refugee camp, northwest Kenya, providing primary education, early childhood development,Sustainable livelihood and child protection. Just over 181,000 refugees live in Kakuma.
  • Ali Addeh and Hol Hol refugee camps, Djibouti, providing education and protection. Most of Djibouti’s 15,000 refugees live in the two camps but also in urban areas.
  • Dadaab refugee camps, northeast Kenya, providing primary education, early childhood development, and support to people with disabilities and elderly people. Dadaab is the world’s largest cluster of refugee camps, with a population of over 351,000, most of whom are children, women, elderly and people with disabilities who have fled conflict in Somalia. 

For more details on each specific projects we implement, please visit the following links :-