Remittances Are Down, and Suicides Are Climbing in One Kenyan Refugee Camp.

The worldwide financial downturn caused by COVID-19 is one more reason to lose hope, for some of the most vulnerable. Remittances, commonly defined as earnings sent back to the home country by migrants, are a key source of income and lifeline for many families living in Kakuma refugee camp and the nearby Kalobeyei settlement inContinue reading “Remittances Are Down, and Suicides Are Climbing in One Kenyan Refugee Camp.”