Community led learning that enables refugees to lead fulfilled lives
What we do
Community partners that host a variety of courses including ICT, language and enterprise courses
Refugees that have graduated from our enterprise courses
% Graduates that gained employment as a result of the skills learned on the courses
Percentage of graduates that started a business using the skills learned on the courses
Children learning hubs across East Africa
Children directly enabled to access school since 2008
Refugee children sponsored to go to school
Schools we are working with to improve quality of learning for students
Where we work
Blogs & News
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 both them and their children to live more fulfilled lives.
Lawrence Njoroge, Education Officer, discusses why many refugees need educational support now more so than ever, and what Xavier Project is doing to facilitate this.
Whether you are planning your own fundraising event, volunteering with us in East Africa or attending one of our annual Xavier events, get in touch and become part of our community. Our dedicated supporters have so far taken on Kilimanjaro, run marathons and cycled across countries demonstrating their solidarity and raising much needed funds to support our work.