Education

The Education department aims to increase access to quality education delivered in a safe space for refugee children. We believe that education provides protection and is the best possible tool to help refugees access equal opportunities.

By working in solidarity with community-run organisations, schools, national and international education bodies we are successfully able to deliver pioneering programmes to thousands of students across East Africa. We achieve this through school sponsorship, scholarship programmes, extra-curricular activities, teacher trainings and using innovative pedagogical approaches that enhance children’s learning opportunities in urban and settlement settings.

Our Impact

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Children sponsored to go to school

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Schools we are working with to improve the quality of learning for refugee students

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Children learning hubs across East Africa

Updates on Education

We're recruiting a Operations Lead to join our Agricultural Social Enterprise in Rwamwanja (Uganda)

We're recruiting a Operations Lead to join our Agricultural Social Enterprise in Rwamwanja (Uganda)

We’re recruiting for a Operations Lead to join Xavier Project’s Agricultural Social Enterprise in Rwamwanja Refugee Settlement, Uganda.

Chrissie Thompson
April 6, 2021
Learning and growing together with our partners through our Capacity Strengthening and Sharing Course

Learning and growing together with our partners through our Capacity Strengthening and Sharing Course

Programme Officer, Christine Awori, shares her experience of delivering Xavier Project’s award-winning Capacity Strengthening and Sharing Course

Christine Awori
March 31, 2021
Community-led trainings in Imvepi to support children with Cerebral Palsy and Autism

Community-led trainings in Imvepi to support children with Cerebral Palsy and Autism

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.

Julianah Munyoki
March 25, 2021
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