Kenya hosts some 483,500 registered refugees and asylum seekers. Some 231,000 are in Dadaab, 186,000 in Kakuma and Kalobeyei, and 66,500 in urban areas of Nairobi.? ?
From Somalia: 277,000 registered refugees and asylum seekers. ? Most are in the Dadaab and Alinjugur refugee camps. Severe drought conditions in southern Somalia displaced more than 18,000 Somalis to Kenya in 2017.? Somali refugees have increasingly been returning to Somalia. Since December 2014, over 78,000 Somali refugees have returned to Somalia through the voluntary return scheme. ? ? In 2017, over 35,000 Somalis returned, with monthly return rates decreasing significantly in the second half of the year. 2,463 Somalis have been assisted to return in 2018 so far. ?
From South Sudan: 113,000 registered refugees and asylum seekers. ? Since the beginning of 2018, 1,403 new arrivals from South Sudan have been registered in Kakuma. ? 16,622 South Sudanese were registered in Kakuma in 2017. Arrival rates decreased in the second half of the year. ? In 2016, 22,358 South Sudanese were registered in Kakuma. ?
From Burundi: 13,000 registered refugees and asylum-seekers.? From 1 January to 15 February, 216 new arrivals from Burundi were registered in Kakuma. ? Arrival rates from Burundi have been increasing, with 3,411 arrivals registered in Kakuma in 2017, compared to 1,323 in 2016. ?
From Ethiopia: Since 10 March, around 10,000 Ethiopians have crossed to Moyale, Marsabit county, due to security operations of the Ethiopian military. ? ? ? ? Over 3,000 are currently located in the Sessi area, 2,300 are in Sosolo, and some 1,800 are located in Somare. Some are living with host communities. ? 80% of them are women and children, including almost 1,500 children under five and 600 pregant women. ? They have WASH, health, food, and shelter needs. ? Some Ethiopians fled to Moyale with their livestock. ?