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Beginning June 21, 2019, American Refugee Committee will be called Alight. We build meaningful lives for and with the displaced. Follow us on our journey.
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We Can Learn is partnering with Alight to bring secondary education to a community. By funding the construction of a school in the Nakivale Refugee Settlement in Uganda, We Can Learn is opening the door for the next generation.
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Kuja Kuja Sep 4
Our Self Swipe tablets are always on and always available allowing us to build a real time understanding of community satisfaction 🤩😎🤚
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Kuja Kuja Sep 17
Remote data, like everything at Kuja Kuja, starts with an idea and a set of thoughtfully designed tests. A big step forward in Somalia 🇸🇴😎🤚
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Alight Sep 16
Based in Uganda, Joseph Kyobe travels to programs around the world, making sure the services we provide are the best. Joseph is leading the charge in changing the way Alight provides services and gets feedback. Learn more about his work with Kuja Kuja at
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Alight Sep 15
🚨 *Be Human Centered* IRL! 🚨 Questscope is our partner in Jordan and Syria. They provide strong mentors and alternative education systems to help them finish out their secondary education, providing a new sense of hope and a future! Learn more here:
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Alight Sep 13
Being human centered grounds us in work that’s worthy of real people. Read about what our very own has to say about it in our newest post on Medium:
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ALIGHT Pakistan Sep 13
! One of our non-formal in Taij Garh in We work with , , and to enroll over one million out of school .
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Alight Sep 12
Thank you for taking your Saturday and spending it with us :)!
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ALIGHT Pakistan Sep 9
is a long term investment into societies' development; the gains come back in human capital that produces enduring economic value. Learn more about 's work in , in partnership with , here:
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ORAM Sep 12
DAY 4: As we like to make things happen, with our partner we helped organize a two-day training on grant proposal writing for the leaders of some of the community-based organizations we met in Kenya.
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Alight Sep 12
We work with migrants who traverse the Myanmar/Thailand border, providing insecticide treated mosquito nets, prevention education, and treatment services. Being Human Centered here means making sure people are educated about malaria prevention.
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Alight Sep 11
This year, Alight teams have been in El Salvador and along the U.S. - Mexico border, joining forces with Catholic Sisters and the surrounding communities. Alight is a non-religious organization but we recognize true humanitarians when we see them.
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Alight Sep 10
Mama Jose works on our Asili team, Alight’s social enterprise project in Eastern Congo. Learn more about Asili at @asili_drc
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Alight Sep 9
At Alight, we build a meaningful life for and with the displaced. Not simply basic needs, but a life filled with joy, dignity, connection, and purpose. Read more at
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Alight Sep 7
American Refugee Committee is becoming ALIGHT! Over the past 40 years, we’ve learned is that ‘refugee’ is not a name our customers want. They are abundant, full of potential, and building for their futures. Learn more at
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Kuja Kuja Sep 5
Kudos to the team in Nakivale for using Kuja Kuja data and continuing to take action on community feedback! 🤩🤩🤩
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Alight Sep 5
So often it is easy to come to meet people with a made-up mind rather than approaching others with openness. Alight exists to listen and meet people where they are. We are here to cocreate a better humanitarian organization by being human centered
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ARC Horn of Africa Sep 4
Education is a growing sector at ARC. From working with UNHCR to help Yemeni Refugees in Mogadishu to constructing TVET centres in Lower Juba with support from ADRA and SSF, we’ve made it our mission to make sure youth have access to quality education.
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Alight Sep 4
On Day 193, we were at the Thailand-Myanmar border. Our staff hatched a plan to get life jackets to the different water taxi hubs in the area so that the people they serve can use the vests as they travel across the border. See the story here:
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Alight Sep 3
Have you been following The Color Movement? Alight is working at the US – Mexico border to bring abundance and color. Check out a day in the life of Rev. Rodger Babnew Jr. to get a peek into The Color Movement.
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