The Sahrawi refugee context is one of the most challenging and complicated environments in the world. The camps are located in a remote region of the Sahara desert, with limited access to water, extreme temperatures (up to 50C in summer) and occasional devastating flooding. The majority of resources are provided from UNHCR and other NGO’s and the camps are entirely dependent upon them. There is very few inherent productions within camps, solely dependent upon external supplies (specific challenge for perishables which need constant/periodic resupply). Complicating this is the impermanence of the camps. Although already existing for 43 years, and with no clear end in site, the Sahrawi people desperately desire to return to their country and homeland. This has lead to hesitations to improve camp situations, and an entire generation growing up in the camps with limited contact with their ancestral lands.