by in News

Applying digital skills to earn a living

Ojullu Ochalla Okwaya is an Ethiopian by nationality. He left Ethiopia in 2004 after the massive massacre of his tribe’s men. His family suffered much trying to find a rescue to a safer environment. They managed to get a police escort to Dadaab refugee camp. Ojullu grew up in Dadaab Refugee Camp gaining educational skills […]

by in News

Celebrating World Refugee Day- June, 2020

In regards to world refugee day, AAH-Kenya honors all refugees for their resilience, courage, strength, and hope to start life fresh. Everyone can make a difference in making the world a better place for anyone who has been forced to flee their country because of continued political differences, war and community conflicts. #EveryActionCounts. Immaculate said, […]

by in News

Stateless, but thriving… In the Business!

Dotto Mongelwa, a 31-year-old wife and mother of four; resident of Kakuma, I would be a nun today had the Tanzanian government not declared her family stateless way back in 2011. She remembers the whole fiasco as if it happened yesterday. She was in a seminary school when the word reached her that her family […]

by in News

The taste of business incubation.

He was arrested twice by the outgoing Burundian regime and released without trial. His only crime was his perceived alliance with the opposition. Fearing for his own life and that of his young family, Didier Ndayishimiye, a firstborn in a family of five and a lawyer by profession, fled to Rwanda and joined a refugee […]