The sprawling Dadaab refugee camp complex in impoverished northeastern Kenya is seen as a burden by the country's government, but is it? The camps bring in about $14 million annually to the surrounding community, and the estimated 500,000 Somalis living there could be incorporated in the local economy -- effectively comprising Kenya's third largest city.
Does Kenya need to resettle refugees?
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