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Why COVID-19 is an opportunity to close the connectivity gap for refugees

School children in Kakuma refugee camp, Kenya. Image: UNESCO

Adil Nyambasha

Business Engagement Specialist, MEA, World Economic Forum Geneva

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An aerial view of the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

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