Restoring Dignity to Refugees

When war and its ravages push people out of their homes, life changes in unimaginable ways for refugees. Can private sector do anything to make life even a little better for this vulnerable population?

20 Aug 2019 . 2,805 Views

Kenya plays host to hundreds of thousands of refugees from around the region, many of them displaced by war and instability. Apart from the crucial network that keeps this population connected to each other and to the world around them, Safaricom provides refugees with a range of services, including opportunities that enable them to live with dignity and hope for a better future. But why is this important?

This week on Newsroom, Sanda Ojiambo, Head of Sustainable Business and Social Impact at Safaricom, tells us why.

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