Improving Nutrition – Improving Lives Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya hosts between 50,000 and 70,000 refugees in a remote, semi-arid region that, while safe from the violence of their home countries, is poorly situated for agriculture, economic opportunity, and infrastructure. The limited resources within the camp and extreme poverty of the refugees mean that many are victims of hidden hunger – a chronic deficiency of vital vitamins and minerals. To combat both overt and hidden hunger, Kakuma residents depend on international aid and the provision of nutritional supplements to meet their needs.
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