Kenya’s Kakuma refugee camp is home to more than 185,000 people who’ve fled war in neighbouring countries like Sudan, and Somalia
It’s World Refugee Day on Wednesday.
While the common view of refugee camps is one of misery and poverty, in some, at least, things are a little different.
But in Kenya, refugees living in one camp are thriving on their own after setting up their own businesses.
The Kakuma camp is now generating $56 million a year.