The InZone Learning Hub is located in Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya. Equipped with 10 learning stations and 10 Raspberry Pi CEED laptops, the solar-powered hub supports virtual and blended learning for a wide range of formal and non-formal higher education courses. The lab is open six days a week, is refugee-run, and is also home to the InZone MOOCs4Peace Center.
Certificate courses in human rights, children’s rights, ethics, and global history are offered online/ distance learning, through Geneva University
Requirement: Secondary school completion (does not need to be KCSE), English language communication skills.
Duration: 2-3 months ; Deadline: varies
Certificate courses for humanitarian interpreters are available through Geneva University & Kenyatta University (basic, advanced training)
Requirement: Employment as an interpreter at UNHCR
Duration: 2 terms; Deadline: varies