Town Hall: Adapting Graduation for Refugees

Trickle Up held a virtual town hall on November 12, 2020 to discuss how Norwegian Refugee Council and Trickle Up are working together during a global pandemic to help refugees and host community members in Kenya gain new opportunities to overcome extreme poverty.
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Shoshana Hecker, Senior Director of Refugee Affairs, Trickle Up
Kaila Clarke, Technical Assistance Specialist, Trickle Up
Sarah King, Regional Adviser, Livelihoods and Food Security, Norwegian Refugee Council
Mohamed Bundu, Area Manager – North Western Kenya, Norwegian Refugee Council

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