230 young Kenyans (host community) and 640 young refugees have completed an ICT training in Kakuma Refugee Camp. The sessions were delivered in partnership with our five RLO partners who took shifts to lead the courses.
Every September 8th, the world celebrates World Physiotherapy Day. In this Q&A our Physiotherapist, Idah Sendagala, shares about our work with refugee children living with disabilities in Uganda.
The team at Katelmwa Chesire are producing assistive devices for refugee children living with physical disabilities. Every child will get an assistive device depending on their physical needs.
Our Founder and CEO, Edmund Page, offers his suggestions on how funding, contracts and partnerships with local agencies can be made more equitable.
Programme Officer, Gumisiriza Micheal, shares his experience working with refugee children living with disabilities in Western Uganda.
Programme Lead Justin Abumbah narrates how localisation is the key to creating sustainable development solutions in refugee communities.
Programme Officer Amina Adnan, reflects on why refugee-led organisations are the best problem-solvers for their communities, and how we’re strengthen their efforts.
Our CEO and Founder, Edmund Page, discusses why in protracted refugee contexts the aid sector need to stop deciding HOW the lives of refugees should be improved.
Programme Officer, Amina Adnan, shares her reflections from working with refugee-led organisation, SIR, in Kakuma Refugee Camp over the last four years.
We’re recruiting for a Special Needs Education Teacher to join our team. We’re looking for someone with experience and skills in the field of disability inclusion.
We’re recruiting for a Operations Lead to join Xavier Project’s Agricultural Social Enterprise in Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement, Uganda.
Programme Officer, Christine Awori, shares her experience of delivering Xavier Project’s award-winning Capacity Strengthening and Sharing Course
Last week, Juliana Munyoki, travelled to Imvepi Refugee Settlement to deliver trainings with community volunteers to parents and teachers who are supporting children with Cerebral Palsy and Autism.
As part of a 3D printing course that is underway in Kakuma Refugee Camp, some of the students have developed products that they can sell to generate their own income.
Education Officer, Eldoma Dawood reflects on the importance of nurturing a trusting relationship between Humanitarian Organisations and Refugee Communities through effective response in times of crisis.
Sharon Otieno, HR and Logistics Lead, discusses how intergrating refugee communities into their host countries shouldn’t be one-sided.
Paul Nandia, Project Officer, discusses the need to allow refugees born in Kenya the opportunity to fully assimilate into society, including offering them citizenship.
Katarina Fandlova, Programme Lead, discusses why educating refugee parents about their children’s disabilities allows them both to live more fulfilled lives.
Lawrence Njoroge, Education Officer, discusses why many refugees need educational support now more so than ever, and what we’re doing to facilitate this.
Mildred Mugenya, Finance Lead, discusses the role localising humanitarian aid will change the face of development and the Humanitarian sector in years to come.
Justin Abumbah, Education Officer, discusses the role of leaders in the refugee community, and how they are working to propel their communities into a brighter future.
Matt Hopewell, Programme Lead in Uganda, discusses the role Xavier Project is playing in bridging the gap between CBOs and Inter-Governmental Organisations.
Xavier Project’s Social Business Lead, Carol Kabatanya, reflects on the pivotal role that community leaders have taken on during the COVID-19 pandemic in Uganda.
The Xavier Project team has produced over 250 podcasts that are being disseminated to our secondary students across East Africa so they can learn from home.