kimberley crofts

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an information and communication designer living in London

Newspaper from Kenyan refugee camp

The Hagadera refugee camp in Kenya is one of the largest in the world. Home to 100,000 people, many from Somalia, there is no media and few opportunities for many of the youth living there. On 3 April 2009, the first newspaper was sold in the camp by 26 youth who have spent the past couple of months creating the publication, called Newsletter Hagadera. Link

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