Day 10: I'm very excited to be going to Kakuma

**Day 10**   After arriving last February in the congested complex of refugee camps at Dadaab, Abukar lived in a small mud brick house with his wife, six children and 74-year-old asthmatic mother-in-law. They shared their plot with two other families in a…Read More

Day 9: My dream of becoming a world-class athlete

“I was born in chaotic Somalia 16 years ago – a Somalia that denied me the chance to play in peace like other children around the world. My parents wouldn’t let me leave our compound because of the uncertain situation in Mogadishu. Many innocent children…Read More

Why I go to the camps every day

-------------------------------------- Day 8: Why I go to the camps every day -------------------------------------- "There are many people I will never forget! For instance there is Anab, a refugee woman from south-central Somalia who has been living in the…Read More

we can be family to them

 Living is death.. dying is life.. We are not what we appear to be.. On this side of the grave we are exiles.. on that citizens.. on this side orphans.. on that is painful yet our moral duties our responsibilities ..can't each family be a family…Read More


 We often fail to understand situations as we are most times biased. We take up for the ones who we feel matter the most to us. In the true world which is where our final journey takes us, taking up for the wrong,( loyalty towards our friends or relatives),…Read More

Community Services.

Often people attempt to live their lives backwards: they try to have more things, or more money, in order to do more of what they want so they will be happier. The way it actually works is the reverse. You must first be who you really are, then do what you…Read More

“Poetry is an orphan of silence. The words never quite equal the experience behind them.”
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