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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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World Food Programme Jun 18
"War broke out in when I was at school, I was a refugee first in Kenya and then again here in Uganda. I choose to be a Storyteller because I want to pass a message." This , we're passing the 🎙️. Read real stories from refugees around the 🌍.
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Jun 18
Higher education gives refugee women like Bahati the opportunity to have a better life. But only 1% of refugees have access to higher education. This has to change!
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Windle International Uganda Jun 18
With support from , scholastic materials were distributed in Bwiriza primary school located in Kyaka II refugee settlement. Provision of scholastic materials enhances effective learning which results into quality education.
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WindleInternational Jun 17
Wonderful that Alistair can see all the vital work taking place in Kakuma and inform fellow HPCT trustees. Thank you Alistair and all at Windle Intl Kenya for all that you are doing both in Kakuma and Dadaab!
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Windle International Kenya Jun 14
Hugh Pilkington Charitable Trust (HPCT) trustee Alastair Hayward with Dr Marangu, Phyllis and the Windle International Kenya (WIK) Kakuma team during a visit to the Kakuma office to see the education programs.
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UN Women Jun 14
Last week, Canadian PM announced that his Government will commit 1.4 billion Canadian dollars annually to support women and girls’ health around the world. This is what a feminist leader looks like! 👏👏
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United Nations Jun 14
South Sudan: Record number of people face critical lack of food due to delayed rains, high food prices, persistent economic instability & effect of previous years of conflict.
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Windle International Somalia Jun 16
happen to be among the education agency that participated Non-formal Education policy consultation meeting in Kismayo,Jubbaland . The event was organized by Non-Formal and TVET Director, Somalia Federal Republic Ministry of Education Culture and Higher Education
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Windle International Somalia Jun 12
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Windle International Uganda Jun 12
We will leave no stone unturned because children are at the centre of our work. Once again, thank you Agnes from WIK &Safeguarding training continued.
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Windle International Kenya Jun 13
Windle International Kenya today hosted Mr.Alastair Hayward, HPCT Trustee to a luncheon at the Nairobi office. He met with the Nairobi office team led by the outgoing ED Dr.Marangu,incoming ED Phyllis Mureu and other members of the senior management team.
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Windle International Uganda Jun 14
Yesterday we were thrilled to be a part of the celebrations in Nakivale refugee settlement. Students and Pupils portrayed their understanding of through Music, Dance & Drama
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WindleInternational Jun 12
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Windle International Uganda Jun 5
This world environment day we celebrate exceptional individuals like our DAFI scholarship beneficiary Solomon B. CEO of Live In Green Live In Wealth Youth Initiative (LGLWYI) for championing tree planting in refugee settlements like Kyaka II
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Windle International Uganda Jun 6
Today we had a surprise visit from one of our beneficiaries of the Gulu scholarship programme, Vicent Onen, who just finalized his 4 year civil engineering programme at Ndejje Univeristy and is awaiting graduation in October. we cant wait!!!!!!! all the best Vicent.
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Windle International Uganda Jun 10
Staff team up to internalize the Child Safeguarding Policy. ...
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Windle International Uganda May 17
World University Service of Canada (WUSC) and Windle International Uganda would like to invite suitably qualified refugee candidates for the 2020-21 academic year for the Student Refugee Program (SRP). Click the link below for more information.
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Windle International Uganda May 21
You too could be a beneficiary, click the link below to see available scholarships
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Windle International Uganda May 30
2019 available now Click link below for more information
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Windle International Uganda May 22
Finishing stage of classroom blocks in Maratatu Primary School located in Kyangwali settlement funded by
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