Refugee-run news magazine from Kakuma Camp, Kenya

'The Kakuma News Reflector, or KANERE, is an independent news magazine produced by Ethiopian, Congolese, Ugandan, Rwandan, Somali, Sudanese and Kenyan journalists operating in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya. It is the first fully independent refugee-run news source of its kind to emerge from a refugee camp, and has attracted considerable international attention.'
A necessary platform for refugee voices. The posts on education are amongst the worthwhile reading at the magazine.


  1. This new independent initiative is important to refugee communities since it could help them share the daunting experience they face and would definitely assistant them, in a way, to reunite families who have been separated by wars.

    1. Thanks for your comment Waisse. I think it is an extremely important initiative disproving theories that refugees are voiceless. It appears to have been running for a few years now, and continues to shed light on the realities of camp life.

      Thanks for reading.

  2. TEDxDeusto "Humanizing the World" on LinkedIn:

    This is really interesting, thanks for posting it. I am going to share it with the rest of the team. These kind of initiatives should be facilitated. Thanks once again for posting it!