The Kakuma Refugee Camp is near Lake Turkana and the northern border of Kenya. 123K people have lived in this camp since the beginning of the war between Sudan and Ethiopia and have continued to live there thru the 20 year conflict in South Sudan. The town of Kakuma has grown to 70,000 because of the UN presence. Turkana are the local tribal people and would normally be agrarian but they now spend their time cutting firewood and making charcoal for the refugees in the camp. The exchange is generally for food. There are many Nuer and Dinkas in this camp as well as DRC folks from Kivu and Goma primarily.