Seven-year-old Josephine is one of the many children across Uganda who received an assistive device in our All-in-All Learning Programme with Comic Relief and UK Aid.
When Mayele was grieving the death of his father in 2020, he took his chessboard and found it to be a source of relaxation.
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.
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.
We’re looking to recruit a Consultant at our office in Kakuma to train and mentor youths in advanced ICT skills.
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.