The world refugee crisis is getting worse, and the financial and political support for refugees is dropping. There is much discussion about the crisis, but refugees themselves are not often able to participate in the conversation. In August, Tailor Made Films traveled to the Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya, to hear directly from refugees themselves. With a staggering population of over 180,000, Kakuma is the second largest refugee camp in the world.
Drained: Tales of a Modern Water Crisis is an ongoing web series that highlights domestic and foreign crises related to the most vital resource on earth: our water. Over 70% of our planet is covered by water, but less than 1% is clean, fresh, and readily available for consumption and safe use. Our web series will aim to inspire sustainable water practices and promote environmentally and socially responsible water policies. To learn more, visit our blog.
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