In late 1991, refugee camps were set up in Dadaab, Kenya. Today, the three camps located there make up the third-largest refugee complex in the world. For many, Dadaab is a long term home, and education is of course an important part of life both in the camp and once an individual leaves. But while the UN Sustainable Development Goal 4 recognizes the need for everyone to have access to education, questions still remain about how to convert that education into stable and durable futures.
Today, Hassan Aden takes us into his research from Dadaab and launches a new animation made in collaboration with Hanna Ali and the PositiveNegatives team.
- The REBuilD project webpage
- Refugee Education: A Long-Term Investment, a PRIO Policy Brief by Hassan and Cindy Horst and Hassan
- Watch "An Agent for Change" on Vimeo
- You can find more PositiveNegatives work at positivenegatives.org