Lack of quality education, jobs, and tuition for the refugee children and youth in Kyaka II refugee camp. The existing schools do not have the Early Childhood Education classes, and the available classrooms are not enough, even located in a far distance where some of the children in different villages cannot access the school. Our approach provides a class to children in their home villages by constructing pre-schools. Children are provided with lunch at school, which is not offered in any other school in the refugee camp.
1. Refugee Parents with or children of 3-6 years old: - their children are provided with preschool education for three years before they join primary school when they turn to 7 years old.
2. Youth in the refugee camp with 15-35 years old who cannot continue with education due to war and lack of tuitions: are provided with entrepreneurship skills and some of them are prepared and connected to scholarship opportunities to advance with school. Others are given jobs within our organisation, depending on their choices.
Access to Early childhood education for the first time and no cost within the refugee camp. The available pre-schools are far and expensive for refugee parents to afford. Refugee youth access the knowledge of starting up a business and make money to support their families at no cost. And we continue to mentor the trained entrepreneurs and connecting them to investors and donors.
Farming around the school to grow food to feed children while at school with the support from the parents in the community who work in the school farm.
We mobilise the parents in the refugee community to understand the learning of their children.
Seeking for grants, donation, sponsorship to educate, and construct the learning centres. We cooperate with none and for-profit organisation to fund the programs and training teachers.