HIAS in Kenya
REFUGEES IN KENYA
HIAS CLIENTS IN KENYA
HIAS serves between 1000 and 1400 beneficiaries each month. In addition to its three field offices in Kayole, Kawangware, and Eastleigh neighborhoods, HIAS also conducts weekly outreach clinics in Rongai, Kasarani, and Kitengela to serve more vulnerable refugees and bring services closer to the community. We also conduct child protection assessments and missions in Mombasa, Nakuru, Kilifi, and Meru Counties and train foster parents to provide appropriate care to unaccompanied minors. There has been an influx of LGBTQ refugees from Kakuma camp to Nairobi since December 2018. HIAS is well-known for its specialized programming for LGBTQ refugees and has been a trusted service provider for this community for more than a decade.
HIAS SERVICES IN KENYA
HIAS’ services are free. If someone tries to charge you for services claiming they represent HIAS, please report it at our confidential email address: email@example.com. HIAS has a zero-tolerance policy on fraud and corruption.