We’ve received a warm welcome from our friends in Kakuma refugee camp.
Around 200,000 people live in the camp – the vast majority of whom are women and children. Although they struggle for the basic necessities of life, they refuse to let go of hope and find a way to go on with each new day.
We hope that the theology and trauma care training that we are bringing to a hand full of select Christian leaders in the camp will encourage and equip the churches to keep hope and faith strong in the camp.
Many thanks to our partner, Wheaton College and its Humanitarian Institute that have sent Prof. George Kalantzis and Jenny Hwang with us to offer the training.