Resilience Action’s Education & Livelihoods program aims to promote sustainable economic independence and functional literacy among young and adult refugees (15 years and above) in Kakuma.
This website aims to provide information and resources on accessing educational, training, and work opportunities in and near Kakuma. The resources here are primarily designed for young people who have completed secondary school, though others may also find them useful. This site is also intended as a youth support network. This site is NOT maintained by UNHCR or donors active in Kakuma.
Kakuma Youth Research Group is dedicated to sharing information and connecting young people in Kakuma and beyond to one another and to lifelong learning opportunities.
A community initiative created by Kakuma youth, to give a voice to young refugees, share information, and showcase youth talents.
Do you have an opportunity to share, information to correct, or a question about an opportunity?