Dadaab, Kenya - Humanitarian Communications and Information Needs Assessment Among Refugees in the Camps

Findings, Analysis & Recommendations

Dadaab, Kenya - Humanitarian Communications and Information Needs Assessment Among Refugees in the Camps
(credit: Internews)
Author(s):
Internews, Radio Ergo/International Media Support (IMS), Star FM of Kenya, the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC)

Serious communication gaps between the humanitarian sector and refugees in Dadaab, Kenya, are increasing refugee suffering and putting lives at risk, a joint assessment report led by Internews concludes.

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