Kenya is a country characterised by fragile ecosystems, drought-prone climate conditions, poor infrastructure, instability and historical marginalization that together pose a major development challenge for the country. In addition to this, Kenya hosts a large asylum-seeking and refugee population largely due to the country’s location in a conflict-prone area. REACH has been working in Kenya since 2016 providing information on the needs and intentions of refugees and vulnerable populations.
Kenya - Multi-Sectoral Needs Assessment in Dadaab and Kakuma refugee camps
Kenya - Baseline, midline, endline for the Kenya Cash Consortium response to the unregistered refugees in Dadaab refugee camps
Kenya - Actor, service and infrastructure mapping in Dadaab refugee camps
Kenya- 2021 Multi Sector Needs Assessment in Dadaab & Kakuma refugee camps
Kenya- Impact assessment of desert locust infestation response in Samburu North and Samburu East sub-counties
Kenya- 2020 Multi Sector Needs Assessment in Dadaab & Kakuma refugee camps