Dadaab Municipality is a small town located in northeastern Kenya. It is situated in the Garissa County and is known for being home to one of the largest refugee camps in the world. The town has a population of approximately 100,000 people, with the majority being refugees from neighboring countries such as Somalia, Ethiopia, and South Sudan.
The municipality is characterized by its diverse population and unique cultural blend. The refugees bring with them their own traditions, languages, and customs, creating a vibrant and multicultural community. Despite the challenges they face, the residents of Dadaab Municipality have managed to create a sense of unity and resilience.
The town is also known for its economic activities, with small businesses and markets thriving in the area. The residents engage in various trades, such as farming, livestock rearing, and handicrafts. These economic activities not only provide livelihoods for the locals but also contribute to the overall development of the municipality.
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