Photo : ONU / Evan Schneider

A group of displaced Somali women residing at Ifo 2 refugee camp in Dadaab, Kenya

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Why a Coding school in Dadaab, the biggest refugee camp in the world :

- It is becoming difficult to seek refuge (471.724 refugees in January 2019) in Kenya and to access long life economic opportunities, refugees long established in Kenya are forced to find employment opportunities in the informal sector

- Nonetheless, through the development of educational and vocational programs in Kenya, the development and access to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for refugees have been a major trend of improvement in a country where the digital sector is booming

- Kenya is considered as one of the fastest growing digital economy in Africa, the country is hosting the third of Somalie refugee population worldwide

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the Norwegian Refugee Council is officially established in Kenya since 2016, it provided to young vulnerable students vocational training related to computer as well as business skills and start-up package for them to access the market, create their own company or work as a freelancer.

CHAMS signed an MOU with NRC to establish a first coding school and is seeking to establish local and international ecosystem in order to initiate the school in 2022

Please contact us at contact@chamsngo.org

Computer Class

INVEST IN

THE TECH TALENT

OF TOMORROW

15 000, 00 €

55 000, 00 €

15 000, 00 €

55 000, 00 €