Youth Highlights


World Refugee Day is celebrated every year on 20 June. This international day was designated by the United Nations to honor refugees around the globe, shine a light on their plight, and work together to find long-term solutions to displacement.

The theme for World Refugee Day 2021 is “Together we heal, learn and shine,” and calls for greater inclusion of refugees in health systems, schools, and sport.

COVID-19 showed us that we can only be saved together. Our refugee sisters and brothers have contributed to their communities during these challenging times. Let us work together to ensure they are not left behind

Nairobi Design week

2020 sees Nairobi Design Week return for a fifth festival, sharing stories of what we’ve learned, what we’re doing and where we’re going, as an organization and as a community.
Our format stays familiar and gets tweaked every year. Events will run over seven days from Sunday 8th March to Saturday 14th March 2020 around the theme of ‘Inclusivity’.

for more information follow link bellow

Click here to hear Yar Achol, a south Sudanese refugee living in Kakuma talking about challenges girls face in pursuing education in Kakuma during lockdown.

click here to hear Jessy Inga, a young Entrepreneur Congolese refugee living in Kakuma refugee camp, Jessy is an ICT trainer and founder of SIR a refugee youth initiative offering computer and ICT skills to youths in Kakuma

Click her to listen to the voices of refugee youths towards humanitarian agencies by taking a Co-action by supporting and protecting Youths

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