Duke Mwacha

Duke Mwacha

Duke is a 28 years old Kenyan communication specialist currently working for UNHCR Sub-Office Dadaab as an External Relations Associate. He has worked in UNHCR Dadaab since June 2013 and his work involves community communication, media relations, donor relations and reporting.
    • Why the World Should Get Ready to Welcome Asylum Seekers

      The world is currently immersed in news of human migration across the Mediterranean Sea. Thousands of people escaping unresolved conflicts and poverty in the Middle East and North Africa have arrived in Europe to seek asylum. This is the biggest migration since the Second World War. Traditionally, migrants fleeing...
    • A Good Solution for Kenya

      There are over a half a million refugees in Kenya, trapped in protracted refugee situations with few opportunities for self-reliance. In Dadaab refugee camp, some Somali refugees have stayed for as long as 25 years. Their prolonged stay is not in any way illegal but it should be a...
    • Eritrean Dadaab

      Separation- Stories from Dadaab

       At the end of March 2014, the Government of Kenya issued a Directive requiring all urban refugees in Kenya to relocate to the Dadaab or Kakuma refugee camps. Early April, the security operation Usalama Watch was launched in response to the emerging security challenges facing Kenya. Since then, thousands...
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