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helping people recover from forced displacement through collaboration that strengthens community and faith

Refugee youth are among the least supported groups in refugee contexts. Our refugee partner, United Refugee and Host Churches (URHC), holds an annual Refugee Youth Camp in Kakuma that invests in their faith and encourages them to lead whole and healthy lives. By bringing a diverse group of youth together, Refugee Youth Camp also plays an important role in peace building as the youth learn that they can live in peace with one another.


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Need: $2,500 makes it possible to rent suitable space and provide food to meet the needs of up to 250 youth for 4 days of camp.

Goal: We are thankful to Northwood Community Church in Minnesota as they partner with us to sponsor the annual youth camp!

Strategy: Northwood Community Church does more than help cover the main costs of the camp. They send 1-2 of their church members to participate in Refugee Youth Camp. The result is mutual blessing and life-giving encouragement.

Opportunity: Refugee Youth Camp is held in April every year. Let's pray that this time of fellowship, learning and fun would truly encourage our refugee brothers and sisters. If you and your church is interested in such ministry involvement, please let us know.

Project Partners: United Refugee and Host Churches, Northwood Community Church

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