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When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit, refugee organizations all over Kenya were instructed by the country’s government to shut their doors. For refugees living in urban settings outside refugee camps, they had nowhere to go for essentials — whether that be medical support, or food and everyday supplies.
Biaba Bizo, program coordinator at L’AFRIKANA, a refugee-led organization based in Nairobi, Kenya, says that during the start of COVID-19, refugees could only go to refugee camps to get help. Yet, with most of the roads blocked, it was increasingly difficult for anyone to move from one place t
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