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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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Windle International Uganda Apr 15
Scholastic materials for Lamwo and Adjumani Settlement schools that we support, being dispatched from WIU headquarters in Kampala
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Windle International Uganda Apr 16
Today we are celebrating these resilient students from the Catering and Hotel management class at Panyadoli Vocational Training Center in Kiryandongo Settlement “Women and Girls should be able to determine their own future, no matter where they’re born.” – Melinda Gates
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Windle International Uganda Apr 15
“Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world” – Nelson Mandela The fuel to our dream of an educated, empowered and inspired young generation affected by conflict.
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Martin Njue Apr 16
Congratulations guys for your graduation in with bachelors degree. During the struggles after arrival from Dadaab to Kalobeyei, I was always proud of ur energy +resilience. Grace, Olok, Didumo, Ochalla & are happy too.
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Windle International Uganda Apr 18
Scholastic, sanitary & instructional materials for Kiryandongo, Adjumani, Moyo and Imvepi settlement schools we support being dispatched from WIU headquarters in Kampala
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Windle International Kenya Apr 16
Today HR department had a quarterly review meeting at Convent International Hotel. In attendance was the WIK Exec. Dir,Dr.Marangu, H.A.F Phyllis Mureu and the HR team.
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UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency Apr 10
🏰👸🏻👑 💭💭 👧🏻 Razan told Ben Stiller her dreams of becoming a princess. Millions more Syrian refugee children are dreaming too. We need to give them a chance to fulfill those dreams. Whatever they are. 👇
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Windle International Uganda Apr 10
A big congratulations to our DAFI/Windle Uganda beneficiaries Juma Robert John who became the guild president of Bugema Univeristy and Mariam Zawadi who became the general secretary of the guild in Bugema University
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UNICEF South Sudan Apr 8
Come work with us! A national of South Sudan with great communication skills and a commitment to improving the lives of children? Then you could be our next communication officer. Details here:
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UNHCR KENYA Apr 8
🇰🇪currently hosts 473,314 + asylums seekers mainly from & . 54% of the population are children (0-17yrs). Here's the breakdown ❗️Dadaab - 210,556 ❗️Kakuma - 187,057 ❗️Urban areas - 75,701 🔗
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Archbishop Justin Badi Arama Apr 9
Tonight I am travelling, with other Church leaders, to Rome, to attend this important retreat. Please join me praying this will be "a step on a journey" towards peace in our country & that the time will "build confidence & trust between parties & give them spiritual nourishment"
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Windle International Kenya Apr 9
2nd from right Mohamed Abdi class of 2016 scholar in the DAFI Scholarship Program.Currently working with Kismayo Field office.We proud of the contributions our former students all over the world make towards a better society.
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Windle International Uganda Apr 3
Hugh Pilkington was educated at Cambridge University in the 1960s and upon graduation was named the top classical scholar in his graduation year having gained a double first degree and was awarded a number of university prizes. He then worked for the family firm, Pilkington Glass
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Windle International Uganda Apr 3
Replying to @WindleUganda
but Hugh Pilkington realized he was not suited to the world of commerce. He traveled to Africa to translate the Bible and in 1972, he joined the Theology and Philosophy Department of the University of Nairobi, eventually becoming a naturalized Kenyan citizen.
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Windle International Uganda Apr 2
A new month has come. To retrieve all that you have lost. To gather all the treasures of blessings, to help others by giving them smiles and happiness and may that same happiness locate you. Here is to a refreshing new month that will crown all your efforts.
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Windle International Uganda Apr 5
Windle International Uganda was ranked 3rd in employing the most West Nilers after two local NGOs by an online platform for the West Nile region of Uganda, created by West Nilers
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UNHCR KENYA Apr 2
"I won’t stop until every young refugee boy and girl is educated." At 52 yrs, Khadija Hassan commonly known as ‘Mama Khadija’ fights for the of young girls + boys in refugee camps.
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Sukru Cansizoglu Apr 4
Meet the dream team of software developers from participating in the first ever Hackathon in Africa by : Isra, Sudanese Sidik, Sudanese Tutu, South Sudanese Bahana, DR Congolese Mentored by , the developer of innovative tools of Kakuma.
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UNICEF South Sudan Apr 2
Josephine is so determined to get an education that she walks 3 kilometers and crosses a river each day to reach her classroom in Torit. With support from we're working to enroll more than 600,000 children in school this year.
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Windle International Uganda Mar 29
WIU is currently accepting application for bids, take note of the deadline of 10th April 2019 to avoid any inconveniences. Click the link for more details
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