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Out in the World: LGBTQ refugees in Kenya seize micro-business opportunities

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Some African LGBTQ refugees are finding new hope in Kenya through the Organization for Refuge, Asylum and Migration's livelihoods programs.

In 2019, ORAM began soap-making and chicken farm projects with partner organizations at Kakuma, the world's largest refugee camp located in northern Kenya, and in Nairobi, as the Bay Area Reporter reported.

The project's goal was to build refugees' entrepreneurial skills, provide needed products and services at the camp, provide a way for queer refugees to create sustainable income, and reduce homophobia, particularly at the camp.

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