Four new Refugee Economies reports, based on our research in Ethiopia and Kenya

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Four new Refugee Economies reports, based on our research in Ethiopia and Kenya

Refugee Economies in Addis Ababa: Towards Sustainable Opportunities for Urban Communities examines the precarious economic lives of refugee communities in Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa, and their interactions with the host community. For more details, go to the Economic Outcomes section of our website.

 

Refugee Economies in Dollo Ado: Development Opportunities in a Border Region of Ethiopia examines the economic strategies of Somali refugees in the cross-border economy of Ethiopia's Somali region. For more details, go to the Economic Outcomes section of our website.

 

The Kalobeyei Model: Towards Self-Reliance for Refugees? outlines a conceptual model and indicators for measuring refugee self-reliance and applies it to the Kalobeyei settlement and Kakuma refugee camps context. For more details, go to the Innovative Practices section of our website.

 

Doing Business in Kakuma: Refugees, Entrepreneurship, and the Food Market draws upon a business survey with food retailers to assess the impact of the 'Bamba Chakula' model of electronic food transfers and business contracts.  For more details, go to the Innovative Practices section of our website.