Dadaab, in eastern Kenya is the world's largest refugee camp. Opened in 1991, the camp is home to 500,000 refugees. Recently, the Kenyan government said it would no longer host refugees out of fear the camp is a breeding ground for the terrorist organization al-Shabaab. The U.N. says shutting down the camp would be a humanitarian crisis, leaving the future and safety of the refugees uncertain.
On September 22, 2015, Los Angeles officials declared a state of emergency over homelessness. We explore this dramatic rise in the homeless population while meeting the people striving to provide those living on the street with a safe environment.
There is more to Las Vegas than the glitzy neon lights, casinos and clubs. Underground lies a less glamorous reality of homeless life. In the 1990s, the city built storm-drainage tunnels to protect the strip from raging flash floods. Today, the 600 miles of flood tunnels are home to over 400 of the city's homeless population.