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The world’s biggest refugee complex opened in Kenya in 1991. Twenty-five years later, Dadaab is home to nearly half a million people, many of whom have no idea what life is like outside the camps. The Kenyan government now says the sprawling tent city is a security threat, and the complex and the Somalis living there must go. On Wednesday, The Stream dips into Dadaab, and asks when a person has grown up in a refugee camp, where do they belong?
In this episode of The Stream, we speak with:
Mire Abdullahi @miire06
Moulid Hujale @moulidhujale
Ben Rawlence @benrawlence
Author, "City of Thorns, Nine Lives in the World's Largest Refugee Camp"
Khadija Farah @kmfarah
Photographer and social worker
What questions do you have about living, working and going to school in Dadaab? Leave your thoughts below.