In a remote corner of the sparsely populated northwest of Kenya, the Kakuma Refugee Camp was founded in 1991. The persistent instability in the region caused a society with increasingly urban characteristics to arise.
Kakuma was founded in 1991. The number of inhabitants grew to 182,000, making it Kenya's second largest refugee camp. Today it is a cosmopolitan camp amidst the vast nothingness. Pablo Janssen went there to visualize this forgotten side of the refugee story.
Vluchtelingenkamp werd kosmopolitische stad - MO*, 20 april 2016