UNHCR Field Posts
UNHCR will continue to attend to all Field Posts in Kakuma and Kalobeyei. However, Monday and Tuesday are for enrolment only, Wednesday and Thursday are for counselling. Due to unavoidable circumstances, we will not have counselling on Fridays for the month of February and March. Counselling bookings can be made through KASI. Please approach your nearest Field Post to make an appointment for counselling through KASI.
All Field Post activities, including counseling, will be done in strict adherence to Covid-19 protocols. On the day of your appointment, please come to the Field Post with the minimum number of people from your household. This is to avoid overcrowding and maintain social distancing. Please wear a face mask at all times.
Please note that due to the changing situation of Covid-19 in Kakuma and Kalobeyei, field post counseling may have to be suspended again. This will be communicated as needed.
Updates on Resettlement activities and submissions can be accessed through KASI, which does not require booking for counseling. Applicants who have been interviewed for resettlement can access updates on the status of their case three months after interview. Additionally, Applicants who have attended RSC and other Resettlement country interviews can access updates on their cases by personally contacting the resettlement countries through email addresses provided to applicants during resettlement country interviews.
On 16 November 2020, RAS with the support of UNHCR resumed registration activities at Field Post 2 and Kalobeyei Field Post.
Starting from 22 March 2021, KASI offers self-supported booking only for Movement Passes at Field Posts 1, 2, 4 and Kalobeyei from Monday to Friday from 09:00 am to 03:00 pm.
Contact UNHCR via Phone or Email
You can contact UNHCR directly via an email address for refugees and asylum seekers registered in Kakuma and Kalobeyei: [email protected]. You can also contact UNHCR’s country-wide Helpline under 1517 (toll-free) or [email protected].
When you send us an email, please include:
- Your concern;
- Your individual registration number;
- Your telephone number and address.
Feel free to contact us in any language you are comfortable with! Interpreters will assist us to translate your email confidentially.
Emails are being checked by the UNHCR Protection Team on a daily basis from Monday to Friday during working hours (8am to 6pm).
If your concern can be answered immediately, UNHCR will respond in writing via email. If your case needs to be referred to a specific unit, you will be notified accordingly, either by email or SMS message. After referral to a specific unit or partner, please wait to be contacted by UNHCR and/or partner.
Due to the high volume of emails we receive on a daily basis, we will do our best to answer any email within three days. If your case was referred to a specific unit, please be patient and be sure we are putting all efforts into reaching you as soon as we can.
Reporting Shelter or WASH concerns
Refugees and asylum seekers residing in Kakuma and Kalobeyei can use the iMonitor tool to report shelter or WASH issues directly to UNHCR. iMonitor is a simple tool that you can pre-load to access offline. You can record the location and description of the issue, upload a picture and request for feedback.
UNHCR and partners will assess the reported issues and take appropriate actions. We receive many referrals through iMonitor. Please do not make repeated referrals or several referrals per household.