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The Tumaini Home Stay is meant to serve as an example, showing the world that apart from looking for shelter, refugees can also host others by generously sharing the space they have. This project aims to shift the attitude and negative perception people have towards refugees, by creating strong and lasting connections between guests and host families.

The Home Stay program contributes to boosting the economy within the Dzaleka Refugee Camp as guests pay host families for their hospitality, and also purchase goods and services, such as crafts, fabric, tailoring, produce from the local markets, and more, during their stay in the camp.