“Cash based intervention is a game changer that gives refugees an opportunity to make their own choices”
“I had to endure the pain of running for ten kilometers on hilly terrain to send a message that peace can also be promoted through sports”
“Getting the permit and endorsement of the Kenya Bureau of Standards has opened up more opportunities for my business as people now trust the quality of my products.”
Refugee Students at M-Pesa Foundation Academy hone their skills in entrepreneurship, leadership and sports
“MPESA Foundation Academy has excellent facilities and a superb philosophy of inclusion and respect for diversity.”
Ambassador Affey meets Somali refugee youth, to encourage and give them hope of a better future
“Being selected to receive the award on behalf of other refugee team members is a great honor”
The new global approach lays out a vision for a more comprehensive response to refugee crises.
Mariéme Jamme, who received no education until she was 16, is now a technology entrepreneur with a mission to train young women.
Asaba comes hot on the heels of the team’s commendable performance at the World U18 Athletics Championships in Tampere, Finland.
The Kalobeyei ‘Super’ Health Centre provides services to about 38,000 residents, both refugees and host communities.
Refugee runners, originally from South Sudan, travelled to Tampere, Finland, to compete against young elite athletes from nearly 100 nations.
New study reveals private sector investment opportunities, that build self-reliance and empower refugees in Kakuma Camp, Kenya
“We need to change the mindset that refugees are sitting at the camp, doing nothing but receiving assistance. Many of them are, in fact, running businesses and creating jobs for others.”