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Designing the Future Together

Since 2012, emergency pedagogy has been active in Kenya, or rather in one of the largest refugee camps in the world: Kakuma. The project was handed over to local colleagues in 2014 and has been running since then under their own responsibilty.

The famine, but also the fear of violence or to be recruited as a child soldier, lead to successive streams of refugees to the camps Kakuma and Kalobeyei, just 100 km from the border to South Sudan. For this reason, cooperation between the Friends of Waldorf Education and Waldorf Kakuma was started up again. At the end of June until the beginning of July, a team from emergency pedagogy completed a mission in both camps to support local colleagues and to further train them. continue.

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