This is part two of Dammee´s story. If you would like to read part one, scroll down..
Sero with her family fled from Ethiopia’s overly oppressive government to the Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya where they stayed for ten years.
“The camp is a “small city” of thatched roof huts, tents, and mud abodes…Once admitted, refugees do not have freedom to move about the country but are required to obtain Movement Passes from the UNHCR and Kenyan Government” (kanere.org).
“Survival not comfortable,” Sero said about her experience in the camp. During their time in the camp, her father was a translator for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).