The Kakuma project unites teachers across 75 countries offering free quality education to African refugees
Kakuma refugee camp houses 196,000 refugees who fled from war and hunger in Sudan, DR Congo, Somalia, etc. The camp has 24 schools and 645 teachers of whom 67% were not trained at all. More about Kakuma
Our project involves our own 2 innovative Maggie schools and 4 educational programs:
- Skype interactions with students globally
- Teacher training (in collaboration with University of Nairobi)
- Coding classes for young adults
- Learning on-demand via Video lessons
Our project was endorsed by Charlize Theron, Jane Goodall, and HRM Princess Esmeralda. It was covered by BBC, National Geographic and other media across 10 countries.
Want to support us? Fancy to join our global network of teachers?