When I see our work in the Kenyan Kakuma refugee camp I see my mother and father. I see myself and my brother. I know how much they want to go home.
The Sanku Refugee & At-Risk Communities (RAC) program is what I work for – so that those displaced people can live in dignity and respect, while they wait to go home.
I am thrilled to be leading this program where we are already reaching 70,000 children in the Kenyan Kakuma Refugee Camp – school-feeding program, partnered with the World Food Program. Since 2015, these 70,000 children have been accessing and eating the critical fortified foods daily to improve their health and reduce illnesses. We aim to expand on this successful refugee school feeding program to give the remaining 100,000 plus people, access to vital fortified foods within this Kenyan refugee camp.