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last contributed to D+C/E+Z in autumn of 2021. He is an Ethiopian journalist and the founder and editor-in-chief of Kanere. He currently lives in Canada and edits the newspaper remotely.  

All articles of Qaabata Boru

Fleeing from war

Lost boys and girls

Tens of thousands of Sudanese child refugees fled their country to reach safety

Refugee children

A lonely battle

Unaccompanied minors who fled wars face further problems in destination countries

Refugee camps

Protecting life and limb

Refugees in Kakuma and other camps face daily threats to their personal safety


Initiatives that help refugee children

How some refugee camps manage to provide educational opportunities

Refugee education

Too many camps do not have schools

Refugees are far too often denied their right to education and literacy training


Throughout the camp, houses lack adequate sanitation

Water and sanitation infrastructure is inadequate in Kenya’s Kakuma refugee camp

Refugee camps

Kakuma camp has become a permanent settlement

Living conditions in Kenya’s Kakuma refugee camp are harsh and dangerous


Giving refugees a voice

An independent refugee-led online newspaper keeps residents of the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya informed

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