The world's biggest refugee camp - and it's too small

In Somalia, the civil war has left 1.5 million people displaced and forced hundreds of thousands more to seek asylum in neighbouring countries. Kenya is home to the world's biggest refugee camp, and more than 300,000 Somalis live there in tents. Yet, despite the continuing influx of refugees, Nairobi refuses to allocate more land to the new arrivals.


Programme prepared by Kate Williams, Marie Billon and Patrick Lovett

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