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From Conflict to Peace: Development through People. Windle is a leading provider of education for refugees and conflict-affected communities in East Africa.
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UNHCR KENYA Jan 3
In 2018, made great strides in . For the first time ever, six students were admitted to start secondary school at the - a top telecoms company’s prestigious Academy-.
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Nhial Deng Jan 1
Refugees from South Sudan in Kakuma Camp, Kenya took it to the street to ushered in the new year. They all HOPE that 2019 will be the year that the world youngest nation will achieved peace. PEACE is the ANSWER.
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Windle Intl. Kenya Dec 25
From all of us thank you for your support in 2018.Heres to a continued partnership and collaboration in 2019 towards delivering Education that Transforms Society.Happy Holidays
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Windle Intl. Kenya Dec 28
You can now apply for a Secondary Education scholarship available in Kakuma with application deadline of Friday, January 4th 2019
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Windle International Uganda Dec 30
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Martin Njue Dec 13
Rose Chelia, graduates today with a Bachelor's degree from . She is on record as the first female Bachelor's degree student at campus which she has completed successfully wt support from + . Congratulations Rose.
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Martin Njue Dec 17
Zziwa Abaasi,Ugandan, was awarded with First Class Honours in Bachelor of Social Work. He was the best student in the department & overall best from . He was supported by , & to pursue his studies at campus. Congrats Zziwa.
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Windle International Uganda Dec 14
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Windle International Uganda Dec 7
Thank you Madam Jane (2nd from right - front row) and Mr. Serufusa James (2nd left - front row) for your outstanding contribution to the through .
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UNHCR Education Dec 4
"The Global Compact on Refugees can make the difference for and host communities . Refugee need to be integrated in national education systems." - Mr Daniel Endres, Director of Division of Resilience and Solutions, .
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Michelle Manks Dec 4
Malek and I are Crossing the equator to conduct SRP interviews in Mbarara Uganda this week, with our great new colleague, Eunice from
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UNICEF South Sudan Dec 4
The Royal Norwegian Government has donated US$ 4.7 million to support the second phase of the program in . The grant will support the expansion of Education & Child Protection activities throughout the country in the second year of the project.
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Windle Intl. Kenya Dec 4
Happening now Annual Protection and Safeguarding convening.Preventing harm and ensuring safety and effective care of all our stakeholders is paramount!
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Windle International Uganda Dec 4
Thank u Lord 4 this achievement, ur Holly Name be glorified. Thank u my dear papa Petit Kahamba 4 ur support, to attend this event u realy make me feel proud. Thax u mama Joy, through n my family, 4 all ur interventions in my life may God bless u.
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UN Humanitarian Dec 4
In 2019, Humanitarians will try to reach 94M people with aid. That's 4x as many as in 2008. Here is why needs remain so high:
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Melinda Gates Dec 4
This , I'm thinking about Susan Bauer, the teacher who changed my life. Here's what we can learn from her about encouraging more women and girls to explore the world of computer science.
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UNHCR KENYA Dec 3
, in Kakuma with disabilities are trained to repair various assistive technology eg prosthetics & wheelchairs. is grateful for assistance given to refugees in Kenya.
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UNICEF South Sudan Dec 3
Did you know that in times of creates a sense of normalcy for children?
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Marta Santos Pais Dec 3
Today is Intnl Day of Persons w/Disabilities: Children w/disabilities are at high risk of violence, violence which is often deeply hidden. Please RT if you agree: every child has the right to grow up in a safe, protective, inclusive environment. pic:
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UNMISS Dec 2
In support of women seeking public office in , Political Affairs staffer advises that women and men ‘must” work together to stop .
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