Goodbye and thank you to Stonyhurst College!
We thank Stonyhurst College for their dedication and time over these past 10 days in assisting our staff in Kampala, Uganda with a variety of tasks. We appreciate everything you’ve done!
This August, celebrate our 10th anniversary with us!
Celebrate our 10-year anniversary by getting involved in some fun activities to raise money for Xavier Project! Find out more below.
Construction of our newest community hub kicks off in Imvepi, Uganda
In response to the huge influx of South Sudanese refugees crossing the border into…
Providing access to education for over-age, out-of-school youth through AEP
Over two hundred young adults from seven different countries, including the host country Kenya,…
Kampala Students produce their own movie at school camps
The holiday camps for our sponsored students in Kampala are a time for the…
World Refugee Day marked by the Nairobi School Debates
On World Refugee Day, June 20th, we celebrated the strength, courage and perseverance of…
Literacy Teacher Training in Kampala and Kiryandongo
Literacy is one of the most basic and most fundamental aspects that leads to…
400,000 refugee children out of school in Uganda
Since the beginnning of 2018, more than 60,000 refugees moved from the DRC to…
Xavier Project now an available charity at Amazon Smile
We’re very glad to share that Xavier Project has signed up as a charity…
Improving education in partnership with Kitengela schools
Over the past months Xavier Project has worked hard to gain connections to primary…
First computer classes in Rwamwanja
In 2017 we were proud to receive support from Electric Aid for our hub in Rwamwanja refugee settlement in South West Uganda.
Padraic and Neil raise £2,040.27 at Lisbon Marathon
A huge thanks to Padraic Fahy and Neil Grogan, who raised £2,040.27 for Xavier…
Xavier Project partners with Enuma to launch Kitkit School
At the end of 2017, Xavier Project were proud to partner with Enuma to launch KitKit School, a tablet-based learning application in Kalobeyei Primary School in Kakuma.
Xavier Project opens Amani Learning Centre in partnership with UNHCR
In December Xavier Project were proud to see the Amani Learning Centre officially launch on Mombasa Road in Nairobi. The space has been opened in partnership with UNHCR as an after school-learning centre for Congolese, Burundi, South Sudanese and Rwandan refugees aged between 5-17 years old.
Two friends take on two mountains in two days to raise £750 for Xavier Project!
A HUGE thanks to Sam Eykyn and his buddy Noah Brash who took on three mountains last week in aid of Xavier Project. They scaled Cadair Idris in Wales on Monday, with Alastair, Sam’s father. Then on Tuesday Sam, Noah and Alastair climbed Pen y Fan.
Samira Engineering Ltd. donate water tank to Kiboro School
Thank you to Samura Engineering Ltd who have kindly donated a 5,000L water tank to Kiboro Primary School in Mathare, Nairobi.
Tamuka gets structures in place in Kakuma
The construction of a new Tamuka hub in Kakuma Refugee Settlement has been completed at SAVIC.
Last Chance: Xavier Project Ball, London
Join us on May 13th at Thames Rowing Club, London for an evening of good food, live music and excellent company to support us.
Help Xavier Project #OpenDoors this festive season
Thanks to your support and our partners we have continued to increase the impact of our work with refugees in Kenya and Uganda.
Let's come together to sponsor a ‘house’ of secondary students
We’re looking for groups – friends, families, schools, churches, societies to team together to support young refugees in Kampala.
Start 2017 with a splash and sign up for a New Year’s Day swim
We’re asking you to brave the outdoors and take a dip in the icy sea on News Year’s Day for an important cause.
Exploring opportunities during mEducation Symposium at Washington D.C
Our CEO and the Director of Tamuka in Kenya were invited to the mEducation Symposium in Washington D.C.
“If many refugees have been through worse hardships than me and came out stronger, so can I!”
Maxi shares her experience of overcoming hardships as a refugee and coming out stronger.
Xavier project launches ENEZA programme in Turkana North and West
The ENEZA programme serves as an incentive to attract out of school children back to school and to improve retention.