Xavier Project has been partnering with refugee-led organisations and communities in East Africa for over 12 years. We collaborate with them to deliver learning programmes; increase livelihood opportunities; support the provisions of needs; and improve safety and integration. We hope that this will enable refugees to lead safe and fulfilled lives.

A Brief History

Xavier Project was founded by Edmund Page in 2008 as a result of his own experience of volunteering at an informal school in Uganda. Following his trip, he set-up the organisation to sponsor eight Congolese refugees through school in Kampala. Since then, Xavier Project has been working with refugee communities in urban and rural locations across East Africa to deliver skills and learning opportunities. We work in partnership with over 20 refugee-led organisations across the region.

Our Core Values


Working together in partnership with refugee communities


Using innovative methods to deliver relevant education solutions