Dadaab, Kenya is the site of the first university teacher education program created by a consortium of institutions (UBC, York, Moi, Kenyatta) within the Borderless Higher Education for Refugees. Dadaab is also the host town to what has been described as the largest protracted refugee camp, at its peek nearly a half million residents. Here, four program graduates, who are secondary school teachers in Daddab tell their stories of the impact that their education diploma and degrees have had on them and their communities. Their stories are of leadership, resilience, and hope.
Miller, Lorrie; Aden, Abdi O.; Mohamed, Jama A.; Hussein, Zainab B.; and Okello, Abulogn O.
"The Ripple Effects When a Refugee Camp Becomes a University Town: University Teacher Education in Dadaab, Kenya,"
Journal of Educational Research and Innovation: Vol. 7:
1, Article 7.
Available at: https://digscholarship.unco.edu/jeri/vol7/iss1/7
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