Dadaab Refugee Camp

Dadaab Refugee Camp

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Dadaab is a semi-arid town in the North Eastern Province in Kenya. It is the site of a large UNHCR base. In 2013, the governments of Kenya and Somalia signed a tripartite agreement facilitating the repatriation of refugees at the complex.

The introduction of a community-policing approach under the Kenya Security Partnership Project (SPP) in the Dadaab area has brought about some improvements in an insecure and dangerous operational environment, although the overall security situation remains precarious. Relations and cooperation between the security services and the population have improved, and mobility within and around the camps for humanitarian workers has been made easier, though still requiring precautions. The Government of Kenya and UNHCR, together with partners and affected refugee and host communities, are committed to further consolidating and sustaining these improvements.


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