Improve safety and integration
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.
Directed to refugee-led organisations in 2020
Refugees graduated from livelihoods and life skills courses
Courses developed in partnership with refugee-led organisations
Q&A with Physiotherapist Idah Sendagala
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.
Restoring hope to vulnerable disabled children
Programme Officer, Gumisiriza Micheal, shares his experience working with refugee children living with disabilities in Western Uganda.
Who owns the ideas?
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.