Pathways to Building Refugee Resilience in Kenya


POSTED June 22, 2020


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This page features resilience-related analyses conducted by researchers at the University of Notre Dame Department of Anthropology and the Pulte Institute for Global Development at the Keough School for Global Affairs, in collaboration with RTAC. The reports provide insights to factors influencing the self-sufficiency and resilience of refugees and host communities in Turkana and Garissa counties in Kenya.
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