Minimalist Hygiene Kits Provide Solutions For Refugees

Minimalist Hygiene Kits Provide Solutions For Refugees

An art student creates a product specifically designed to help refugees

Jiwon Kim
  • 15 june 2016

According to the UNHCR, the number of refugees in the world is the highest it has ever been. One of the biggest concerns associated with the refugee crisis is the inhumane conditions of refugee camps around the world. John Godfrey, a student at the National College of Art and Design (NCAD), felt the need to respond to this issue when he volunteered at the Calais refugee camp in France. Witnessing the terrible sanitation and hygiene problems refugees face led him to create a product specifically designed to assist this group of people.

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