A posed portrait of Kuteesa (left) and Ernest (right) who met at Kakuma refugee camp in north western Kenya. Kuteesa identifies as a transgender woman and Ernest as gay. Both fled their home country of Uganda seeking sanctuary in Kenya as refugees. They found neither safety, nor hope. Even the refugee camp, run by the UN is not safe. They suffer death threats and discrimination from others in the camp. Moving around is not safe as Kuteesa explains: "Whenever we try to fetch water, there are so many people outside there who are not gays because we lack piped water in our home, even going out to buy some food; the shops don't sell to us. They refuse to sell to you because you are gay and that is why we no longer purchase some things." Even seeking health care is not safe. Kuteesa says "We are so far from the hospitals and so can't walk there because if you do, you can be stoned to death. Even if you are sick, you have to just suffer in case you fail to get someone to escort you to the hospitals... Everywhere you go, people ridicule you, and we are so misery now." Both hope to be resettled: "I would like for us to have enough freedom to live freely without having to hide our feelings in public just like it is in some foreign countries" says Kuteesa.