Private Sector Innovation Offers Opportunities for Host Communities, Refugees

Refugees learn new skills as they take classes in the Plumbing Department at Don Bosco Technical Institute in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kakuma Kenya in February 2018.
Refugees Liban Tahlil (center) and Abdi Salam (right) while working in Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kakuma, Kenya earlier this year (2018).
Liban Tahlil works the counter while talking to customers and answering questions in Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kakuma, Kenya earlier this year (2018).

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