Empower a refugee
with education

We are empowering a refugee with education, giving them the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills that will help them build a better future.

By providing access to quality education, we are helping to break down barriers and open up new possibilities for a brighter tomorrow. 

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Background information

Today, more than 80% of African migration is internal to the African continent and involves nearly 19 million people, including 6.7 million in West Africa and 3.5 million in Central Africa. Women represent 47.1% and young people between 15 and 24 years of age 16% of migrants. Unfortunately, media capacities to cover migration are relatively weak; media content often provide inaccurate description of migration factors and scarce migrant stories or focus on migration risks, thus often misrepresenting migrants.

This project will involve eight countries: Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea-Conakry, Mali, Niger, Nigeria and Senegal. Young women from the media and communication sectors of the target countries will be involved, and particular attention will be paid to the production of editorial content on young migrant women, who are among the least represented groups of migrant populations.

“The believer’s shade on the Day of Resurrection will be his charity.”



Vocational Training

Refugees often face immense challenges when trying to rebuild their lives in a new country. Vocational training can provide a valuable opportunity for refugees to gain the skills and knowledge they need to find meaningful employment and become self-sufficient. By providing refugees with access to vocational training, we are empowering them to take control of their lives and build a better future for themselves and their families.


Said seeking a second chance

Said is a young Eritrean refugee determined to turn his life around. He has suffered from prolonged unemployment and is determined to create a better future. To help him succeed, he decided to participate in vocational training funded by Kafel Aid in Sudan last year. This training has enabled him to gain the necessary skills and knowledge to help him change his life.

With his education, he can now create a better future for himself and his family.


How we work

We begin by establishing our goals and objectives. We identify the needs of the beneficiaries we serve and develop a plan to address those needs.

We conduct research to determine the best way to meet our goals. We look at the resources available to us and the impact our efforts will have on the life of the beneficiaries.

We develop a plan that outlines the steps we need to take to reach our goals. This plan includes timelines, budgeting, and other essential details.

We engage partners, volunteers, fundraising, and other activities. We also ensure that our plan is being followed and that our goals are being met.

We monitor and evaluate our progress to ensure we are on track. We also use this time to make adjustments to our plan if needed.

We celebrate our successes and recognise the hard work of our volunteers and staff. We also use this time to thank our donors and supporters.