LGBTI refugees in Kakuma were interviewed and shared the painful and life-threatening situation they are living in.
The local community condemns homosexuality and frequently attacks Kakuma refugees - they are beaten up, raped, and had some of their shelters set alight whilst they were sleeping.
The refugees depend on the UNHCR for safety and security but now they depend on themselves and hope, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees continues to neglect them and fails to protect them.
It has been a week since the post was published and to date, nothing has changed - Kakuma refugees are still living in fear and are pleading for assistance.
The attacks have continued and many have been injured. No matter how life-threatening their injuries are, LGBTI refugees face discrimination in hospitals because homosexuality is a…