Refugees: Life in the Camp - Part One





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Published on Feb 25, 2009

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Five journalism students from the four corners of Canada travel to two refugee camps in Kenya: Kakuma and Dadaab. Their journey takes them into the heart of these two camps in Northern East Africa and emphasizes the hardships that are an everyday reality for the thousands of refugees from mainly Somalia and Sudan.

These are the same camps that WUSC works with in the Student Refugee Program.

A very special thanks to Carrefour international de Presse universitaire francophone (CIPUF) and the extraordinary journalism students that traveled to Kenya.

A film by:
Julien Abord-Babin
Marie-Hélène Lafond
Marianne Laroche
Renaud Philippe
Carmel Wolfson

Produced in collaboration with the Government of Canada
in partnership with the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)

Pictures: Renaud Philippe
Music: Thanks to Dr. Lee

To all refugees of Kakuma and Dadaab, without their help, the realization of this film would not be possible.


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