In 1992, the first refugees found a safe haven in Kakuma Refugee Camp in northern Kenya. Over 20 years later, the camp provides shelter to approximately 100,000 refugees from various countries. Officially, refugees are not allowed to work, but with help from relatives abroad some are able to provide a decent living for themselves and their family. But many survive day-to-day. Women are in a particularly vulnerable position; sexual and domestic violence are the order of the day.