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Understanding the Socioeconomic Differences of Urban and Camp-Based Refugees in Kenya : Comparative Analysis Brief - 2018 Kalobeyei Settlement, 2019 Kakuma Camp, and 2020-21 Urban Socioeconomic Surveys (Inglês)

The comparative analysis on the socioeconomic conditions of urban and camp-based refugees in Kenya builds upon the findings of the Kalobeyei, Kakuma and Urban Socioeconomic Surveys (SES). It offers an analytical understanding about key differences between refugees while providing explanations, and policy recommendations.


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    Pape,Utz Johann, Beltramo,Theresa Parrish, Fix,Jedediah Rooney, Nimoh,Florence Nana Pokuaah, Sarr,Ibrahima, Rios Rivera,Laura Abril

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    Oriente Médio e Norte da África, África,

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    Understanding the Socioeconomic Differences of Urban and Camp-Based Refugees in Kenya : Comparative Analysis Brief - 2018 Kalobeyei Settlement, 2019 Kakuma Camp, and 2020-21 Urban Socioeconomic Surveys

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    Sexual and Gender Base Violence; access to bank account; participation in decision making; access to basic service; regional burden of disease; access to mobile banking; women in decision making; access to loan; women-headed households; country of origin; ownership of bank; indoor air pollution; access to remittance; access to finance; household survey data; literacy in english; use of biomass; national household survey; children under age; formal financial service; Access to Electricity; need of refugee; source of energy; socio-economic development; access to sanitation; international poverty line; lack of food; development research group; constructing new facility; overseas development institute; acute respiratory disease; linear probability model; perception of security; secondary school-age child; participation in education; paid worker; freedom of movement; secondary school attendance; expenditure on food; lower educational level; source income; local economic activity; open bank; lack of asset; measure of use; formal financial institution; new bank account; use by household; source of income; social cohesion; household head; biomass fuel; private toilet; reference source; socioeconomic conditions; living condition; Host Communities; urban household; refugee woman; food aid; solid fuel; food insecurity; employment rate; household size; analytical study; refugee camp; work permit; socioeconomic data; comparative analysis; household use; regional refugee; nonfood item; Labor Market; socioeconomic differences; in school; lung cancer; smoke exposure; saharan africa; social dynamic; registered refugees; financial inclusion; robustness check; standard error; demographic profile; national survey; Refugee Camps; ceramic tile; education outcome; composite indicator; food assistance; migration corridor; livelihood strategy; urban setting; enrolment rate; dependency ratio; Cash Transfer; toilet facility; educational outcome; consumption expenditure; cement block; data gaps; official language; refugee youth; cash grant; regression table; young child; firewood collection; collect firewood; food ration; gender mainstreaming; formal loan; employment opportunities; employment opportunity; gender assessment; attendance rate; rising demand; refugee status; social empowerment; population data; partnership program; health outcome; traditional gender; improved sanitation; primarily women; sampling frame; educational requirement; survey sample; family responsibility; adjacent areas; street vendor; housing condition; paying job; Business Registration; business permit; asylum seeker; movement restriction; informal sector; policy planning; private latrine; roof type; housing program; energy access; settlement upgrade; income children; conditional cash; sanitation coverage; animal dung; modern fuel; cooking fuel; burnt brick; community toilet; refugee influx; physical abuse; Sexual Assault; settlement plan; degraded lands; airborne pollutants; increased competition; social inequality; energy ladder; iron sheet; temporary shelter; controlling malaria; urban woman; community leadership; poor health; intergenerational transmission; refugee household; market transaction; intergroup perceptions; forced displacement; small loan; loan access; Learning and Innovation Credit; farm activity; mosquito net; nonfood expenditure; development cooperation; enumeration area; cooking oil; dry grain; farm activities; solar panel; nutritional outcome; restricted access; disabled child; education level; present analysis; data limitation; ongoing conflicts; environmental hazard; mobile money; women refugee; Urban Institute; human capital; low-income child; business training; smooth consumption; coping strategy; food utilization; english literacy; kerosene stove; coping mechanism; refugee child; telephone coverage; asset index; social distance; crime increase; social exclusion; Mental health; household characteristic; Coping Mechanisms; severe consequence; survey design



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