"The Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kakuma, Kenya, was established in 1992 to accommodate 70,000 refugees. By 2015 that number had grown to more than 180,000 according to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Since 1994, PWRDF has been supporting the work in the camp of the National Council of Churches of Kenya". Wilson Kinyua responds to four questions about Kakuma: 1) "What are the health challenges facing refugees in Kakuma ?"; 2) "Are people in the camps able to work or earn an income ?"; 3) How do people get food ? Is there a problem with hunger ?"; and 4) "How are PWRDF supported projects making a difference ?"