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Why is the cost of hosting refugees falling on the world’s poorest states?

As long as rich nations pay lip service to meeting the needs of the world’s displaced, they cannot blame Kenya for closing refugee camps like Dadaab..

The government of Kenya says it plans to close Dadaab, the world’s largest refugee camp, which hosts approximately 330,000 people, as well as shutting theDepartment of Refugee Affairs (DRA).

The announcement, on Friday 6 May, was…

Source: Why is the cost of hosting refugees falling on the world’s poorest states? | Global development | The Guardian

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