Refugees from South Sudan wait for food rations at the Kakuma refugee complex, February 2018 | Photo: Getty Images/AFP
Refugees from South Sudan wait for food rations at the Kakuma refugee complex, February 2018 | Photo: Getty Images/AFP

The sprawling Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya's northwest houses more than 180,000 people. One of them is Annett Poni, a disabled woman from South Sudan. With little hope of returning home any time soon, she decided to launch her own restaurant to support her family and create opportunities for other refugees.

Author: Bettina Rühl / Theresa Krinninger 

First published: March 13, 2019

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