Thymaya Payne

The Clock Is Ticking for a Generation of Children in the World's Largest Permanent Refugee Camp

 Whirling red dust clouds the outskirts of a massive temporary “city,” erected on scorching earth, that is now the size of Cleveland, Ohio. A patchwork of plastic bags—the roofs of people’s homes—stretches for miles and miles. This is Dadaab, the world’s largest permanent refugee camp.

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