Video: sights, sounds and voices from the Kakuma Refugee Camp

Students and teachers in refugee camps face significant challenges. But an education offers hope for a healthy future with job opportunities, especially when students leave the camp. And, as headmaster Simon Puot says, it is a way of working towards peace.

Simon Puot is a headmaster at the Kakuma Refugee Camp, and a refugee himself because of the war in South Sudan. He believes that education can foster peace. Photo by Paul Plett.

Simon Puot is a headmaster at the Kakuma Refugee Camp, and a refugee himself because of the war in South Sudan. He believes that education can foster peace. Photo by Paul Plett.

Please enjoy this short video featuring the sights, sounds and voices from the Kakuma Refugee Camp: http://youtu.be/jQnQVm0GfGI

The video was created in support of educational opportunities for students in refugee camps.

Hope, peace and a dignified future where people can support themselves – this is what you support when you give towards education for refugees.

A gift towards equipping classrooms can be made by clicking here.

Footage shot by Paul Plett. Video created by Rev. Tyler Gingrich.

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