The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Mount Kenya University that will see more students from the world’s largest refugee camps get sponsorship to study at MKU. DRC provides protection, livelihood and scholarships to refugee students. The organization which works closely with the Department of Refugee Affairs and the Refugee Consortium of Kenya is currently supporting over 80 students at MKU by paying their school fees, maintenance and medical care costs. The students are from Daadab and Kakuma Refugee Camps. The sponsored students are currently undertaking their studies at the university’s various Schools. MKU first Vice-Chancellor Prof. Stanley Waudo appreciated the role DRC is playing in helping transform the lives of the refugees.