Most donors and their implementing partners have made it a policy that only humanitarian or development needs backed up by evidence through research will be legible for funding. Are Refugee girls' retained in Schools? serves to provide this evidence as it presents the challenges the girls struggle with to get themselves a bright future through education in Dadaab camp. The book presents the findings on influence of cost of secondary education, sanitation facilities, female teachers and distance from home to school on the retention of girls in Dadaab complex. It is an advocacy material for providing girls and women with conducive learning environment in order for them to enjoy and achieve right to education. Educate one woman and you will have saved many future generations. This text will be an invaluable reference material for NGOs in planning to implement or improve girl-child education programmes in both emergency and non-emergency contexts, students and consultants in the field of education in emergencies. Practicing educational managers and administrators working among the refugees and other persons of concern to UNHCR will find this book useful as well.